Health and Medical Content for Consumers - Work Samples
Let's imagine you're an orthopedic surgeon. A prospective patient in your community thinks she needs a total knee arthroplasty, so she does what approximately 80% of Americans do: she searches for information about the procedure online.
Great news, right?! Except her search immediately takes her to your competitor's website.
Wah, wah, waaah.
Regularly publishing health information related to your specialty can bring more visitors to your website and convert them to patients. Posting custom health content online also positions you as an expert on those topics and can lead to increased media visibility. Plus, publishing your own health articles gives you control of the information to ensure its accuracy.
The following samples represent a few of the hundreds (if not thousands) of impeccably sourced consumer-facing health information articles I've created for clients over the years.
- Frequently Asked Questions About Brain Tumors - Healthgrades
- Types of Brain Tumors - Healthgrades
- What to Do for Scabies - Healthgrades
- What Seniors Need to Know About Sexually Transmitted Diseases - Healthgrades
- 5 Dangers of Trichomoniasis - Healthgrades
- 9 Symptoms that Might Send You to Urgent Care - Healthgrades
- 7 Myths About Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - Healthgrades
- Should You Replace Two Knees at Once? - Healthgrades
- How Alzheimer's Disease Affects Women Differently - Healthgrades
- 7 Symptoms Never to Ignore if You have Ulcerative Colitis - Healthgrades
- Daily Salt Intake: 5 Strategies for Managing Sodium in Your Diet - Dignity Health
- What Does Calcium Do, Anyway? - Dignity Health
- Is High Cholesterol in Your DNA? 3 Common Inherited Cardiac Disorders - Dignity Health
- How to Balance Blood Sugar During the Holidays: 5 Strategies - Dignity Health
- What is Interventional Radiology? - Dignity Health
- Why Your Family Medical History is an Important Component of Your Care - Dignity Health