This is the description from our home page. We don't just do regular eye exams, we do many more complicated eye surgeries as well.
In addition to general eye care, which includes complete eye examinations and evaluation for spectacles or contact lenses, our physicians are trained in the latest surgical techniques including small incision phacoemusification cataract removal with intraocular lens implantation, and laser refractive surgery. The subspecialty orientation of our physicians allow us to offer our patients expert treatment in the areas of corneal, refractive, and plastic surgery as well as consultation in uveitis and external disease. We are assisted by a highly competent and experienced staff aided by the latest technical equipment including computer-assisted visual fields, ultra-sonography, ocular photography, fluorescein angiography, Heidelberg retinal tomogram, and corneal topography.
Many surgical procedures, including most laser surgery, are performed in our office utilizing the latest technology. Cataract, corneal, strabismus and glaucoma surgeries are usually done at O'Connor Hospital on an outpatient basis. Surgery is also performed at other regional surgery centers. Admission to the hospital for overnight stay is unusual. Your doctor will discuss this with you at the time surgery is scheduled.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
With our new web design we are trying to grab a new audience. Right now our clients are mostly 75+ years old and not using the internet. We want to grab the 30 - 60 age range who are starting to need medical eye services.
The website needs to have a MAX of 3 eye catching things on the page. One of those things should be a button that says "Make an Appointment".
I would like to have a slide show of images from the office on the page.
The website is targeted at an audience that is less informed about how to use the web. We don't need a bunch of flashy stuff.
The website MUST convey trust. We are doctors and we need people to feel safe making an appointment with us.
The format of the current website (attached and at http://eyemedicalclinic.com) should only be used to give you an idea of the categories, not the design of the new website.
You can play with the logo if you want. It seems a little simplistic. We are good either way.