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Importance Of Medical Website & How To Choose Professional Medical Website Design Company

Why do you need Medical Websitec

Today, more and more people are using internet for almost every purpose. Its not that only younger people uses internet but people of every age uses internet to great extent. So in other words it says that if you dont have website, you or your business dont exist for those internet users. It also means that if your competitor has a website, you can miss out on great opportunities.

There are long list of reasons why you must have good medical website. A good medical website by a professional medical website design company can bring you lot more patient. It can ease the process for your patients and can enhance your reputation as a professional practitioner.

How to choose professional medical website design companyc

A website speaks volume and can be that first impression for your professional practice. In other words, we can say that it is an extension of your medical practice or your health organization. So while choosing a website designer for your medical website, hand it over to an experience medical web design company that has more experience and understanding of medical website design. Make sure to check the portfolio of that web design company before you hand it over to him.

Always choose seasoned health care and web professionals who have worked in the health care industry, as they know and understand first hand the challenges and demands of balancing and delivering quality cost-effective patient care. And hence, they can provide the unique insight necessary to ensure you the right message and information architecture for your website.

Tell your web design partner clearly that your medical website should be clear, easy to use and navigate and can be loaded easily from a variety of browsers.

All in all, make sure that when you get your medical website design ready, it must reflect your knowledge, skill and experience in the best possible way.

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10 thoughts on “Medical Website Design”

  1. What features would seniors find attractive when visiting an e-commerce website?
    I’m currently designing a website that will sell medical products online. It will be targeted to seniors, with products such as wheelchairs, walkers, incontinence products, etc… What features would make it more user friendly for seniors?

  2. I need some inspiration for a designing a homepage for a medical website?
    The website deals with homeopathic remedies for most things like exhaustion, kidneys, heart, depression even the women’s libido. Anyway I am trying to design a catchy flash object to go on the front page the would go along with this line, “What is holding you back from reaching optimal health?” Everything i think of would look tacky and cheap, like a dam with the list of illnesses written on the dam, that would look cheap and not professional. So any good ideals?

  3. I think current seniors are internet-shy, but the seniors on the horizon (namely babyboomers) are increasingly more computer savvy. They want websites that are easy to navigate– not too much fancy stuff and large type for their aging eyes.

    Of course they want a secure site as they want to make sure no one is trying to take advantage of them.

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  4. How about a person chained to a wall with each chain tagged with the ‘illness’ name?

    Not brilliant but…


  5. Editable website sections for university staff without design experience?
    I finally have maybe the most future promissing project; to redesign the webpage of a medical universtity, the design has been approved and they love it, now is to finally make it happen, make it live and be the key for future projects, BUT, I was inquired with the following problem. They have a News & Events area in t…he main page that will link to a full page for a complete list of academic activities, admision dates, etc. but they asked that area to be “easy user friendly” so anyone in the institution can add and edit the upcoming activities without touching the actual design/code in the Dreamweaver program. The easiest way might be to link a text file, but that won’t look nice. I have stumbled on WordPress / blog and thought of using it as that section like I saw in another college website. So, any webdesigner here? What do you think? What would be your solution. (Help)
    Bag: Thanks for your reply, everyone I ask answer the same thing, to use wordpress or blogger (which is most simple, is user friendly and is avaiable in Spanish, I can make multiple accounts and have for example, an “Admissions Department” username and they can administer the content. Other say to use a text file and place a .php code, but I don’t think a text file will look nice. I was even thinking using word (save as webpage) since they are mostly secretaries and they know how to use Word, but again, the might save with another name and mess it up. Plus I don’t want them to upload to the FTP or use the resources of the IT department every time they change something.

    Brandon: does it need to be constantly uploaded to FTP?

  6. I realize you are already getting responses regarding wordpress, but from what you described it appears to be the perect solution. The reason why its so popular is that it is easy for anyone to use. If you can use microsoft word, then you can use wordpress. It allows people to log in and update the info in a microsoft word type of setup.

    Remember, its free. Just download it and have a spin. It also has a huge community so there are many free templates and plug-ins. You can usuaully get a site up and running within an hour or so. Lol, I know I sound like a salsemen for wordpress, but it just seems suited to your needs.

    I would forget about blogger. That isn’t hosted on your domain and what happens if your account gets suspended or disabled? All content and functionality would be dead.

    Saving your pages out from microsoft word..well…blah. I would never do that. The html source that it creates is just bad not to mention it doesn’t always get the design right.

    Php/mysql is an option if you are willing and have the expertise to develop a custom solution. But again, you are kind of trying to re-create what wordpress already does. Why take days or weeks to build something that is already in place for free?

    You have other options for cms’s. Other than wordpress there is also joomla. It’s more complex, with less free stuff, but is more feature rich and flexible.

    Anyway, my advice would be to install wordpress or joomla. Just keep in mind, with wordpress especially and joomla as well, security is an issue. Be sure it stays updated if you use it.

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  7. Do you know how to design a website? Need a business partner?
    If you have any great/inexpensive business ideas and know how to design a Website, I am accepting all ideas, however I not interested in get rich quick schemes. I am 24 years old and live in Oklahoma City, OK. I want to join someone else to help him or her with a small business, or create a new one. I would like the experience of a small online business until I get a feel for how things work so I can expand into a large company. I have 4 years of education behind me, and 8 years of experience in the Medical field. I’m great at writing, editing, and have good communication skills. If you would like to hire me, work side by side with me please e-mail me at I’ll even consider working for free just for the experience.

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