Columbus, NE (July 17, 2019) – Midwest Medical, a leader in premier medical transportation services across the U.S., is proud to announce the rollout of their latest website. Users will be able to access vital information about the company’s medical services quickly and easily with a simplified and mobile responsive design. This re-envisioning of Midwest Medical is just one part of their extensive “Medicine in Motion” branding initiative.
User experience was enhanced by creating a look and feel that translated to better usability for visitors. The look characterizes high standards and that Midwest Medical is here to serve. An object movement function, known as parallax, was used on the homepage to draw users’ attention to important information and topics. For usability, a streamlined navigation was created for faster access to medical service partnerships, medical transport services, and career opportunities.
“With our new website, we can continue to demonstrate how Midwest Medical is dedicated to excellence in providing the best products and services to our clients,” said Jeff Shullaw, CEO of Midwest Medical. “Everyone here is very proud to have the new branding and website up and running.”
Visitors and customers can stay current on the latest news from Midwest Medical through the site’s news page or by signing up for the monthly e-newsletter. News is regularly updated to include press releases and industry-related content. Signing up for the e-newsletter is very simple and can be found on the homepage and news page. Site visitors can view testimonials of communities and customers that have used the company’s ground support, air support, or para- transit wheelchair services.
For more information on Midwest Medical and to view the site, please visit www.midwest-med.com.
About Midwest Medical
Founded in 1987, this Nebraska-based company started as an inter-facility ambulance transportation service. Today, Midwest Medical is driven to develop essential solutions for medical transportation needs across the United States. The company has grown to a multi-state operation with 30+ ground ambulance stations located in seven states, 100+ ambulances, 40+ wheelchair vans, three medical helicopters, and operates its own communications center that can leverage real-time data for better response.