We are Impatient
Expert answers to your medical questions. In 2 minutes or less
Why build another health website? The internet is already full of medical advice, health tips, studies, and listicles about the 46 life-changing benefits of the latest fad diet. And that’s the problem.
The way people look for health information online today is fundamentally broken
WebMD, Reddit, Quora, hospital websites, and thousands of health “experts” have made it impossible to find accurate, helpful, answers to simple medical questions online (you know…from real “doctors”). And if you do manage to punch through the noise to an actual peer-reviewed study, you need a Ph.D. in molecular biology to read the 96-page paper. If it’s not hidden behind a $40 paywall.
It shouldn’t be this hard to find straight answers to your important medical questions. Especially not when you have a world of information at your fingertips. Now, it doesn’t have to be.
We are Impatient for real answers
We built Impatient with a single goal in mind: To deliver expert answers to medical questions in the time it takes to scroll through your Instagram feed.
Speed and ease are central to our mission, Impatient is really about building trust. We want to bring you honest, accurate answers from real leaders in their field. Our medical board of advisors includes a former surgeon general, several department heads at NYU, UW, and Minnesota University, and experts with decades of experience in fields ranging from urology and pathology to psychology, sociology, sexual health, and family medicine.
Our doctors and contributors are cutting through the misinformation and the medical jargon to bring you the latest medical research so you can finally understand what’s going on with your health.
Welcome to Impatient. We can’t wait to answer your questions.
How to use Impatient
We’re proud of every answer on Impatient. But the information on this site is just a starting point in your search for medical information—not the finish line. Impatient isn’t a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. You should never solely rely upon these articles and answers for specific medical advice.
If you have any questions or concerns, please talk to your doctor. Or schedule an online visit with one of our qualified medical professionals to get further answers to your specific questions.