Published on June 23, 2014

Milford Regional Launches New Web site

Milford Regional Medical Center has launched a new Web site that educates and engages the community on Medical Center health services, physicians, community education programs, and invites interaction with a social media hub. The responsive Web site at  is designed to adjust its layout based upon the size and dimension of the viewing media device, whether it be a computer, tablet or smartphone.

Viewers will appreciate the leading edge technology that allows relevant physician information, videos, patient stories and news to show up on all related  health services pages. It also provides the ability to translate any page into multiple languages and adjust the text size for easy reading.

Milford Regional's signature section called, Staying Connected, which houses all  the Medical Center's social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Linked In, YouTube, as well as a new hospital blog called TakeCare. In addition, this interactive section is where viewers can register to receive the Medical Center's e Newsletter or share their thoughts and personal healthcare stories.

"We hope the community looks to our new Web site as a valuable resource for information and updates on our healthcare system as well as a trusted source for blogs and other interactive platforms that showcase wellness and important health topics," says Edward Kelly, president of Milford Regional.




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