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Obesity Solutions Mexico Directed by Dr. Jose A. Castaneda Awarded 2013's Best Bariatric Surgeon by allPrivateHealth.com
Date:1/14/2014

Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) January 14, 2014

Since 2012, the leading healthcare website allPrivateHealth.com reviews the best doctors, clinics, hospitals and medical centers listed on this multifunctional platform that connects health professionals and patients in over 40 countries worldwide. More than 20 leading bariatric centers in Mexico and across the globe were shortlisted for this prestigious international marketing award that recognizes the best and most innovative online tools and services developed by doctors with the objective to assist and improve a patient´s experience on the internet.

Dr. Jose A. Castaneda is Obesity Solution´s director, he has successfully performed over 5000 bariatric procedures throughout his professional career as bariatric surgeon in Mexico, operating from private hospitals in Puerto Vallarta and Guadalajara, two of the most beautiful and safe cities in the country. In 2013, Dr. Castaneda launched several new websites and mobile applications that immediately improved the way patients were able to communicate with the medical team at Obesity Solutions.

“When we launched GastricBypassMexico.com in June 2013 we wanted to make a real positive difference to our existing and potential new patients. We understood right from the start the importance of making our content, nutritional assessment and pre-surgery forms available in every platform: cell phone, tablet, PC and Mac. At this point I have to highlight the importance of working with gurugueb, the health marketing agency we selected and to whom we´re excited to be working with in 2014. In just 6 months, we have experienced tremendous growth and our patients now communicate with the medical team more effectively than ever before, receiving a better and more personal treatment before, during and after surgery. Perhaps one of the tools developed for our patients we´re more proud of is the new bariatric app which can be downloaded for free with the use of a QR code,” confirms Dr. Castaneda.

And it doesn´t end there, throughout 2013 Dr. Castaneda also developed and made available mobile friendly new websites focusing on bariatric procedures such as duodenal switch in Mexico, weight loss surgery in Mexico, and more recently a new website created for patients in need of surgery for diabetes. The latest website developed is called ObesitySurgeryIN.com and it´s certainly expected to make a positive impact for people suffering from morbid obesity and looking for bariatric surgery and obesity surgery in Mexico.

“We are thrilled to recognize Dr. Castaneda with the 2013 International Health Marketing Award. He is an inspiring driving force in the weight loss surgery industry, always looking for better ways to bring value and safety to his patients, and no doubt we will be seeing a lot of positive new tools and services at Obesity Solutions in 2014,” confirms allPrivateHealth´s country manager Sarah J. Davis.

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