Diagnostic Imaging Specialists of Chicago Unveil New Website
Chicago, IL (June 12, 2017) – After much anticipation, Diagnostic Imaging Specialists of Chicago, an independent imaging center in the Gold Coast of Chicago, has unveiled their new, state-of-the-art website.
Since establishing the practice in 2009, the Diagnostic Imaging Specialists website has remained consistent with their look, feel and functionality. As technology advances and patients continue to find and view the practice online, owner and lead radiologist, Dr. Ahmed Farag was excited tostay ahead of the curve and create a more modern experience for his website visitors.
“We are committed to our patient care, comfort and experience –in and outside of our office. We think it’s critical to have an online presence that mimics the experience we try to deliver in the office: with open communication and explanation of what the patient can expect to further put their mind at ease when they come into the office,” said Farag. ‘‘We also want to make it simple and convenient for patients to reach out and get the answers they need, and get in touch – which is why we’re making it simpler to schedule an appointment and contact the office.”
As more people are finding doctor’s offices on a mobile devices, we wanted to create a better experience for not only desktop users, but for mobile as well. Embracing a similar look and feel of the previous website, the new website provides a cleaner, more aesthetic responsive layout and design that mimics comfort and the feeling that we want patients to get when walking into the office. Other important features including a transparent navigation and a blog that will be updated to provide patient with news and resources to further educate on their bodies and health.
“As the industry and technology changes, it is imperative to create the most optimal experience for customers at every touchpoint,” said Farag. “We wanted the detailed and thorough experience that is delivered to patients at our practice – to reflect onto our website as well.”