LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwire) -- 12/11/12 -- Drs. W. Tracy Hankins and Samuel M. Sohn, both board-certified plastic surgeons in Las Vegas, have announced the recent launch of their new mobile website. Designed for enhanced compatibility on smartphones, tablets, and other electronic devices, the user-friendly site allows patients to access information on-the-go. In response to its release, Drs. Hankins and Sohn say they hope the mobile site will help to improve their patients' online experiences while providing a trusted source for plastic surgery information anytime and anywhere.
From procedural pages like breast augmentation and liposuction, to social media buttons for Facebook, Google+, and LinkedIn, the mobile site provides viewer-friendly access to every feature available on the practice's main website, including:
•"About" pages •Photo galleries •Testimonials •Current news and blog posts •Contact information
When asked about the importance of a mobile website for their Las Vegas plastic surgery practice, Dr. Sohn replied that being able to provide an avenue to access medical information on-the-go will help patients keep pace with the speed of everyday life. He adds that he and Dr. Hankins hope staying up-to-date with the rapidly advancing digital age will ultimately help them increase their connectivity with both current and future patients.
In an effort to develop stronger doctor-patient relationships, Dr. Hankins says he and Dr. Sohn were adamant about including links to each of their social media accounts. By doing so, he says patients now have the opportunity contact him, his partner, or their staff with simple questions and concerns that do not necessitate an actual visit to the office. The Las Vegas plastic surgeon also adds that the social media links provide them an easy opportunity to divulge interesting and pertinent medical information to the public.
In the end, the plastic surgeons say their mobile website aligns directly with their goal of establishing themselves as leaders in the field of cosmetic plastic surgery. They feel the role of a plastic surgeon is not simply to provide care inside an office, but also to extend one's medical knowledge and expertise to patients no matter where they may be. When interested in any treatment from tummy tuck surgery to BOTOX® injections, Drs. Hankins and Sohn believe their new mobile site will help patients obtain a comprehensive understanding of every procedure while ultimately helping them to effectively achieve their cosmetic goals.
About W. Tracy Hankins, MD
A graduate of Indiana University Medical School, Dr. W. Tracy Hankins is board-certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and has completed extensive training in cosmetic breast surgery. He is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, and he has been featured in a number of media outlets including national television networks, local news segments, and national magazine distributions.
About Samuel M. Sohn, MD
Dr. Samuel Sohn earned his medical degree from the Medical College of Virginia and completed General and Plastic Surgery residencies at Michigan State University/GRMERC in Grand Rapids, MI. He is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and a Diplomate of the American Board of Plastic Surgery. Dr. Sohn is also an adjunct Assistant Professor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Touro University.
Drs. Hankins and Sohn are available for interview upon request.
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Hankins & Sohn Plastic Surgery Associates
60 North Pecos Road
Henderson, Nevada 89074
Las Vegas Office:
2150 S. Rainbow Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV 89146
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