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Published on January 22, 2013

LMH Selects Geonetric to Develop Responsive Web Presence

 

Responsive site will better serve patients and community through robust functionality and engaging content.

 

Cedar Rapids, IA - January 22, 2013 - Lawrence Memorial Hospital (LMH), headquartered in Lawrence, KS, has selected Geonetric, an online solutions provider for the healthcare industry, to develop a new website for the 173-bed community hospital. Through a multi-year partnership, Geonetric will create a new Web presence that will promote LMH’s services, highlight the hospital’s technological sophistication and engage targeted audiences with compelling, well-organized content. The site will also showcase responsive design, which presents an ideal experience on a variety of devices and screen sizes.

"Lawrence Memorial Hospital is excited to extend our reputation for delivering high quality care to the Web," says Janice Early, director of marketing and business development at LMH. "Geonetric is truly a strategic partner for this journey. Their top-notch content management system will streamline processes behind the scenes, and their collaboration with our outside agencies - Dobies Healthcare Group and Titus D, Co. - will help us create a truly cohesive new image in the market."

LMH’s website will be built on the latest version of Geonetric’s content management system, VitalSite 6. It will offer improved functionality including physician, location and service directories, calendar and events registration, eCards, as well as a new gift shop through Volusion. Geonetric is providing content strategy and information architecture services for LMH and working in partnership with the hospital’s marketing and creative agencies to deliver the final product.

Better Health

Walktober® is a national walking campaign designed to boost walking and thus overall fitness. The goal is to get 150 minutes a week of physical activity. Aynsley Anderson, RN, Community Education Coordinator and LMH Walktober organizer states "October is an ideal time to start or renew a walking program; the temperatures are moderate and the colors spectacular. Join us! Get out and walk!"

 

Better Health is produced by Lawrence Memorial Hospital to promote healthy lifestyle and health topics that are of interest to our community.

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Contact Belinda Rehmer, Communications Coordinator, 785-505-3131