Patient Treatment information should cover the following:

1. Procedure Information:

Each procedure that the department offers should have its own dedicated page, where a detailed description of the procedure, the techniques used, recovery process, and potential results are explained. This should also include the duration of the surgery and post-operative care.

2. Risks and Complications:

Detailed information about the potential risks and complications of each procedure should be provided. This helps to ensure that patients are making an informed decision about their surgery. Include short-term risks such as infection, and long-term risks such as scarring.

3. Pre-Operation Preparation:

Information on how to prepare for surgery should be included. This may encompass dietary restrictions, medications to avoid, and recommended pre-surgery health checks.

4. Post-Operation Care:

Instructions for post-operation care, including wound care, pain management, activity restrictions, and signs of complications should be listed clearly. Also include information on follow-up appointments and suture removal if applicable.

5. Expected Results and Recovery Timeline:

Provide a general timeline for recovery and expected results for each procedure. Highlight the importance of individual differences in healing and results

6. Photos and Testimonials:

Before and after photos can help patients understand the potential results. Testimonials from previous patients can provide a personal perspective on the procedures. Ensure you have the necessary permissions to use these.

7. FAQ Section:

A frequently asked questions section can cover common patient concerns and queries. This might include questions about anaesthesia, hospital stay, return to daily activities, cost, insurance coverage, etc.

8. Meet the Team:

Include a section where patients can get to know the surgeons, nurses, and staff. Include professional credentials and specialties.

9. Pricing and Financing:

Offer a transparent overview of the costs involved in various procedures, including consultation fees, surgeon’s fees, facility costs, and so on. If the hospital offers financing or payment plans, this should be explained clearly.

10. Consultation Booking:

Make it easy for patients to book an initial consultation. This could be done via a simple contact form, a booking system, or providing contact details.

11. Medical Literature and Research:

The portal should also contain links or references to recent research or articles relevant to plastic surgery procedures. This adds to the credibility and educates the patients about the ongoing advancements in the field.

12. Support and Counseling:

Plastic surgery can have psychological impacts on patients. Having a section dedicated to mental health support, therapy options, and the potential emotional impacts of surgery is key. The aim of this online portal should be to create an atmosphere of transparency and trust with your patients, by providing all the necessary and relevant information. It’s also crucial that the content is understandable to those without a medical background.

Patient Education Portal