London, United Kingdom – CEO of Lexington Creative, Tony Carter, announces the release of its AppsForDoctors line of apps, aimed at medical professionals. The apps have been designed as an affordable alternative for medical professionals who would like to have their own app to interact with clients and prospective clients, but cannot justify a cost in the thousands of dollars. The app line was developed following extensive consultation of physicians from a wide range of fields and practices.

The app is customizable by the medical professional to include as many of the following as they wish: their biography and photo, practice hours and location as well as live Google Maps directions, listing of available procedures, electronic appointment requests, health tips and one-touch dialing of the practice’s phone number. With a few clicks, doctors can create coupons and other incentive offers for new patients, as well include links to any websites, Twitter accounts, Facebook pages or YouTube accounts they may have.

A particularly appealing aspect of the app is that it lets practices send pop-up notices to remind patients of appointments they have already made and appointments suggested as follow-ups or for recommended tests. This was one of the most requested features by medical professionals interviewed. At the moment, there are specific AppsForDoctors apps for doctors/phsyicians, dentists/hygienists and eye specialists. However, Lexington Creative will develop one for the specific industry of any medical professional who requests it, without adding any additional cost.

The app is available for $749.00 USD with a $99.00 annual maintenance fee to cover costs paid to Apple. The app is provided in a version for iPhone/iPad and a version for Android systems, both included for the $749.00 price.

AppsForDoctors (PDF)

Located in London, United Kingdom, San Fransisco, USA and Sydney, Australia, Lexington Creative was founded in 2009. It is a company of 20 staff and develops a range of applications for iOS, Blackberry and Android devices. Copyright (C) 2012-2013 Lexington Creative. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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