Getting Started

How we develop your GP Surgery website

Our process for developing GP surgery websites is simple:

Sign up for a new GP Practice Website

To start the setup process complete our online form. We’ll then be in touch to gather a few details.

Service Level Agreement & Invoice

Once you’ve completed our SLA and set a proposed ‘go-live’ date our invoice is sent and we start work on your new website.

We start work

Our GP Practice website framework comes pre-loaded with suggested content, signposting to health & care services, patient feedback forms, health review forms and modules for to link to your online triage systems and clinical access points. This framework is the starting point.Our designer works with you to incorporate your preferred colour palette, images and make adjustments to the website design.Our content manager co-ordinates the transfer of content from your current site and adds signposting to local support and other services.

Development site for your team to review

A development site is published to a temporary online location for you to review. At this stage you have editor access to the admin area of your new website and training videos to familiarise your team with the website setup and admin.

We collate your feedback & work on customising the site to your exact requirements

We incorporate your feedback and requests, set up online forms, add links to your practice’s preferred self-referral services, online services and other integrations.

Review, check & test

The Practice team are encouraged to review and carefully check and test all content and functions of the site. Edits can be made by the Practice team or emailed to GenPra for action.

Website launch

The domain name (website address) is transferred to our control and linked to the new website on our servers. The new Practice website is then ‘live’.

We’re eager to get get started on your new GP Practice website design

Fill in the online website request form — we’ll be in touch with a few questions and then get to work on your new site.