Chichester, United Kingdom (PressExposure) November 11, 2009 -- The site has been designed to be open and honest. A place where patients can obtain facts, answers to their questions and have contact with fellow patients. This is underpinned with sound clinical advice about the options available to people considering this type of surgery rather than myths and gossip.
The new website and email facility is proof of the commitment of Streamline Surgical to remain approachable and accessible to our patients at any stage. Itâs important that there is a clear and uncomplicated way of seeking advice and support should it be required. The Streamline Surgical team offer that and are confident that the website enables patients to contact us anytime and expect a prompt response. The direct email and soon to be launched forum mean that if a patient is worried at 3am, they can email / post their question there and then without having to wait until after 9am when travel and work commitments may make it difficult to make contact.
Reading page after page of text on a website can be tedious when an individual is looking for the answer to those burning questions. Streamline Surgical have developed a large amount of video content for the new website. The most commonly asked questions have been answered on camera by bariatric surgeons Shaw Somers and Guy Slater with an easy to navigate menu to pick the questions that visitors to the site will want answering. The site also has links to the new Streamline Surgical YouTube channel featuring interviews with real patients and clips of gastric bypass and gastric band surgery.
One of the most popular pages on the new Streamline Surgical website is set to be the patient testimonials. This page has several inspiring stories from men and women that have had surgery with Streamline Surgical. Their stories allow people visiting the site to realise how bariatric surgery can change lives.
The Streamline Surgical team are hopeful that the new look website will offer any person considering bariatric surgery the information they need.