Regional, rural and remote aged care, disability and allied health service provider NWRH has today launched a new and improved comprehensive website aimed at providing clients and stakeholders a “one stop shop” when it comes to service offerings, referral pathways and relatable material.
Recently expanding its service model to include disability services as a registered provider under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), and a range of aged care services including residential and at home care; the new website aims to ensure visitors of all abilities can find the information they are seeking in an easy to navigate manner.
Part of a comprehensive external communications review and re-brand project for the organisation that commenced in February, the new website marks the culmination of objectives that aimed to ensure the organisation was effectively communicating with the market and presented a modern and professional look, while strengthening the strategic rebrand that has seen them transition from their North and West Remote Health trading name to NWRH to better portray their service footprint.
“As an organisation that is continually growing both our service menu and our footprint to best meet the needs of the communities in which we operate, it is imperative that we maintain a strong emphasis on means to best accommodate our clients which remain our core responsibility” said NWRH Chief Executive Officer Evelyn Edwards.
“Delivering information in a user friendly and easy to access manner such as that available on our new website is just one such means; with extensive market research and user testing having been conducted to ensure we provide a best-practice example.”
With all the information you need on everything from services, locations, contact details, jobs, referral pathways, the organisation itself and its health professionals, and even feedback forms and useful links, be sure to head to the new NWRH website now live at www.nwrh.com.au.