Can You Customise Everything For Me?

You want a more professional image when communicating with patients. There’s no need to deal with a website build, and the headaches that come with it. We can handle this all for you, and customise everything to your precise requirements.

What’s more…

We can do this for you at a much lower cost than if you were to outsource it independently. For some of our members, this service is free of charge, depending on their plan, and specific requirements. All you need to do is reply to one of our emails, call us or fill in the form below.

Do you offer customisation?

Absolutely. We understand that there will be elements of our service that you’d like to tweak. Customisation allows you to get the very best out of your plan, and so, we’re very happy to help. Examples of things you might consider customising are as follows:

  • your questionnaire questions
  • your messages and confirmation messages
  • your page template and style
  • your domain name
  • your profile page and files
  • your email address

Customising your questions

Premium Plan members can change their questions as often as they like – and it’s all included in your plan cost. If this is something that would be of use to you, get in touch for more information – simply reply to one of our emails, call us or fill in the form below.

Customising your template or style

We offer custom templates and white labelling. We can redesign your profile page, to suit your style and branding,

This design and set-up service is free of charge when you join as a group, with 20 or more paid members. All group members will use the same style or template. If you require this service for less than 20 members, please contact us for a quote.

Customising your domain name

Rather than sending patients to, we can set you up with your own domain name, such as
A personalised domain name, and unlimited corresponding email accounts, are free of charge on all Premium Plans.

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