Monday, January 12, 2009

How well written are medical tourism web sites?

For many medical travellers, the first point of contact with a hospital or clinic is usually a web site (see the Treatment Abroad Medical Tourism Survey 2008). And since many patients are seeking healthcare providers where communication in the English language is important, the web site is an important factor in patient choice. A site written in poor English reflects badly on the service offered and discourages potential patients.

So... how well written are medical travel web sites.

Sadly, many are written in a way that actually discourages patients from using the hospital, clinic or medical tourism service. Most would benefit from being re-written by a native English speaker .

To help solve this problem, Treatment Abroad has launched a low cost “Perfect English” service for healthcare providers who want to improve web sites targeted at US and UK medical tourists, and other English language speakers. The “Perfect English” team provides a review of the English version of a site and gives you a version re-written in “perfect English”. The team has extensive experience of producing “perfect English”; they are based in Brussels, Belgium and support many European Union politicians and officials with translation and improving the English versions of EU materials.

If you want to know more about the Treatment Abroad Perfect English service, you can complete the enquiry form on Treatment Abroad.


glasgow dentist said...

Medical tourism websites designed well is a second thing. The foremost thing is its popularity and services provided.

Anonymous said...

Medical tourism website must portray about hospital in termas of treatment and security abroad

Amit Singh

Way2Lithuania said...

Can anybody evaluate the level of English language and design of this medical tourism site - ?

I would appreciate your opinion a lot :]