As recently as a decade ago, medical doctors and other in the healthcare field carried out their practice without the need to maintain a medical website. Medical marketing wasn’t anywhere near as competitive as it is today. But all of this has changed with the dot-com boom and the ubiquitous nature of the Internet and mobile phones. Today, most medical practices heavily rely on their websites which showcase the services they offer, plus how and when patients can reach them.
All of these medical websites are mobile-responsive and are beautifully designed with the right information client’s are seeking. These websites set themselves apart from others out there not up to the standards set. Our focus is on the noteworthy websites other practices should emulate. So check out these medical websites:
The Opus Medical website design is one of the best in the industry. It has beautifully designed and well mapped out sections. Site navigation is easy too. I tried accessing the website on a mobile device and I wasn’t disappointed. Not cluttered with images, its minimalist design is quite impressive.
The color combination of letters and images is appealing to the eyes. Like most doctor websites, it has a blog, but it’s a video blog with just two videos featuring Dr. William Clark discussing sexual dysfunction, and migraines. The homepage does not contain so many stock images most websites use to make up for lack of depth and content. Pages load very fast because of the minimalist design.
The homepage of this beautiful and sexy website includes video testimonies by real people who have had successful coolsculpting experiences. The site has links to dedicated pages that highlight services offered in detail. The visitor is lead to experience the Before & After photos of real patients. The color choices of green, black and white colors work well together.
This is another simple and uncluttered medical website. The light blue and white colors are just a perfect fit and give you that medical feel. We love the responsive nature of this website as its pages open effortlessly. The website is full of valuable information intended to make a new patient feel comfortable and the imagery is engaging – the perfect combination for a medical spa website.
The website has a video clip with an in-depth discussion of advances in colon and rectal surgery. The homepage has links to pages with rectal-related diseases. These pages contain informative content a substitute for a blog. Overall, it is a website with a standout design and good branding.
Like the Opus medical website, this website has a lot of depth. The services page has well written content on vision problems, eye diseases, and everything about eyes and vision. The navigation tabs which link to other pages on the site are strategically arranged at the top. It has testimonials and a blog, however, the blog needs updating with new content. The overall design is first–rate.