We’ve updated our signage

Thursday May 9th

New look at GenesisCare centres.

We are excited to share that we’ve started the installation of a fresh new look at our UK centres. So far 6 of our centres have had the new signage installed and plans are in place to complete the other 6. The new signage makes it easier for patients to find our centres, improves wayfinding in the centres enhancing patient experience and introduces the new look and feel of the GenesisCare brand.

At GenesisCare we are always looking for new and innovative ways to enhance our treatments and services to our patients ensuring we provide them with the best care possible. Prior to installation the new signage was tested with a patient focus group and will complement our patient’s experience of way finding throughout the centres.

Take a look at a preview of the new signage below:
     

     

     


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