OnlineClinic.co.uk is always aiming to provide their patients with the safest, most reliable service possible, which is why we've launched our new mobile version of OnlineClinic.co.uk this week. To have a look simply click here.
The aim of the site is to offer convenience that will allow our patients to complete their orders online in the same simple, safe manner that's offered by our traditional site format. However, this mobile-friendly version is catered to smartphone users and is therefore designed to reduce load time for speedy access.
The mobile site allows existing patients to log into our secure members area, but is also suitable for patients who are completely new to OnlineClinic. This means that new patients can complete a quick and convenient online consultation when they place their order, which will be reviewed by our partner doctor. So just like OnlineClinic's traditional site, patient safety is of the utmost importance.
All orders placed on the mobile site follow exactly the same OnlineClinic ordering procedure. This means that when you create your account and complete your consultation, it will be subject to review from our partner doctor. If your order is approved, your treatment will be shipped directly from our UK-based pharmacy for delivery as soon as possible, which could be the same day if you live in London.
Our dedicated patient support team services our mobile site and all patients will be able to call us easily by simply clicking on our number in the top right-hand corner of the site, if you require advice. Alternatively, the mobile site also offers access to Live Chat, if you would prefer not to call.
All conditions covered by the OnlineClinic main site are also available on the mobile site, including impotence, contraception, hair loss, diabetes and high blood pressure. The mobile site offers information on all conditions as well as medications.
To make getting the treatments you need even more convenient, OnlineClinic is working on launching an App as well and we'll keep our blog updated with any new developments in this area. Please let us know in the comment box below if you've used the mobile site and whether you've found it more convenient or not.