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Ear, Nose, and Throat Doctor in Reno Reveals New Website

RENO, NV -- (Marketwire) -- 12/06/12 -- Dr. Stacey Hudson has recently announced the launch of a new website for his Reno Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) practice. Complete with drop-down navigational menus and state-of-the-art social media components, the site is designed to maximize each patient's online experience. Dr. Hudson says creating a new site with the most up-to-date digital tools helps to demonstrate his dedication to the continuing advancement of his practice. He adds that he hopes patients will use his site as a trusted source for ear, nose, and throat research, as well as a place to receive the most current information on the latest services and procedural advancements in Otolaryngology.

From hearing tests and sinus surgery, to throat surgery and radiology, Dr. Hudson's site provides comprehensive information for every test, service, and procedure offered at his practice. Each page is laid out with an aesthetically-pleasing balance of graphics and text, and in addition to service pages, visitors also have the opportunity to view frequently-asked-questions and a blog consistently updated with current events. Dr. Hudson says he believes patient education is a key element in any successful practice, adding that each page on his website is designed to promote a higher degree of understanding.

In an effort to develop stronger relationships with his patients, Dr. Hudson's site is equipped with an email button for visitors to contact his practice directly, and an interactive Google map for driving directions. Additionally, the center's telephone number is displayed prominently at the top of every page. The Reno ENT doctor says he wants patients to feel they can easily reach him and his staff for any questions they may have in regards to Otolaryngology and the medical services offered at his practice. He adds that strong doctor-patient relationships are the foundation to effectively providing the highest level of care.

Developed in partnership with Rosemont Media, a medical website design firm based in San Diego, Dr. Hudson's site embraces the culture of the ever-changing digital age. He says he is excited for the opportunity the site gives him to interact with his patients and share his knowledge and expertise with the community. In regards to why he believes the site improves his patients' online experiences and his practice as a whole, Dr. Hudson says the user-friendly design makes information easily-accessible online, which in turn prepares patients for what to expect should they need to visit for a test or surgical procedure.

About Stacey Hudson, M.D.
A graduate of the University of Nevada School of Medicine, Dr. Stacey Hudson is the founder of Advanced Otolaryngology Associates in Reno, NV. He completed both his internship and residency training at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota in the Department of Otorhinolaryngology. Dr. Hudson is a member of the American Academy of Otolaryngology and a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He is also board-certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology.

Advanced Otolaryngology Associates is located at 6630 So. McCarran Blvd. #A12, Reno, NV 89509 and can be reach by phone at 775-852-3624. Dr. Hudson and his staff can also be contacted online via myrenoent.com.

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