New Harley Street mobile app released by Intuition Communication

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Patients can now search, compare and book private treatment through a new medical app. The new HarleyStreet.com app is available for iPhone, Blackberry, Android and Nokia smartphones.

The new Harley Street app

The new Harley Street app

Patients can request appointments with leading Harley Street specialists

It’s not easy selecting the right healthcare provider when you are surrounded by so much choice. We’re used to comparison sites for holidays or insurance with their corresponding smartphone applications (or ‘apps’), but for the first time ever it is possible to search for clinics, , and book appointments with over 5,000 of Harley Street and London’s doctors and healthcare professionals. Intuition Communication have launched their new website HarleyStreet.com alongside a revolutionary app. Intuition already6 operates the UK’s most successful private health online directory Private Healthcare UK.

The comprehensive site launches its free ‘app’ available for download on smartphones designed to help patients search and book healthcare providers in London’s Harley Street area ‘on the move’. Designed and configured by Grapple, the UK’s leading mobile innovation agency whose clients include BT, Xbox and T-Mobile, the service enables patients to search across 5,000 specialist doctors, surgeons, dentists and other health professionals. Through both the website and app, users can make appointment requests which include special discounts on regular costs.

According to Intuition Communication Managing Director Keith Pollard;

“Doctors and clinics taking part in the venture are required to guarantee a minimum 10% discount on first consultations, assessments, walk-in services and health screens. If a prospective patient is looking for a cosmetic dentist in London you can search, locate, and request an appointment through just a few clicks. The ethos behind the service is to not only serve as a directory of medical practitioners in London but to help individuals make the right choice that most suits them. The information provided is continually being updated to ensure it is relevant and comprehensive in helping users make an informed decision.”

Keith Pollard describes why the service is appealing for the public:

“Nowadays, consumers expect to be able to go online or use mobile apps to compare prices and book and order goods and services for everything from insurance to holidays. When it comes to healthcare, patients increasingly expect to be able to make informed choices about their treatment options through access to information and advice. Additionally they want the sites to be user-friendly, the information to be comprehensive, easy to understand and the services readily available.”

The new HarleyStreet.com app is available for iPhone, Blackberry, Android and Nokia smartphones.

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