A few months ago I wrote a blog post at PodiatryToday.com about how valuable a website has been for my practice and patients. As a patient, to having a website where you can learn more about Hoosier Foot and Ankle through profiles and this blog helps you choose where you get your foot care.
If you are a past patient, you know we are still here, offering the same quality and stable service that you have always experienced. If you are a current patient, you are familiar with the Haiti mission (WoundCareHaiti.org) and the multiple locations, plus the information that can be downloaded if it is applicable to your needs. As a new or potential patient, you are learning quickly that our intention is to offer convenience for you by putting new patient information packetsonline. That way, you don’t have any surprises when you come to an appointment. Often, valuable information that Hoosier Foot and Ankle will need to provide you with the best of care takes awhile to gather. Being able to access that packet is our first gesture toward your needs.
I’ve been branching out into social media to make my presence online easier for you to contact. This month, I’m taking that effort even further. I know very well that the majority of my patients are internet savvy and are looking for practical information online. I’ve been writing articles and posts at recognized podiatry sites for quite some time. While I can deliver in person patient service in the Indianapolis area, I enjoy being able to share information with people who have an interest or need who live in other parts of the country.
Frankly, it’s not all about patients. Being in contact with colleagues through the Internet is a great pleasure for me. That contact can lead to more learning and greater skill which benefits my podiatry patients even more.