New Website for a Revolutionary Edmonton Healthcare Provider

VIRNA website design homepage

In a few months, the very familiar logo Graphos designed for Medical Imaging Consultants will turn 20 years old. 

Medical Imaging Consultants LogoMIC is Canada's largest radiology partnership. If you live in the northern half of Alberta, you've likely been a patient at one or more of their 12 Edmonton-area clinics. 

During the two decades since the MIC logo made its début, we've enjoyed a ton of other important assignments from this client, including a dozen years worth of the colourful calendars that grace clinic reception desks everywhere, numerous brochures, even video and award-winning T-shirt art. But never a website, until now.

The website we just launched is for MIC's newest creation called VIRNA. With VIRNA (short for “Vascular and Interventional Radiologists of Northern Alberta”), MIC introduces a revolutionary clinic that aims to help ease our overloaded healthcare system through services replacing several invasive surgical procedures with a nick the size of a pencil lead. Usually there are no stitches.

It's amazing, fascinating, transformative stuff, and all services performed by VIRNA are covered by Alberta Health.


Check out the new VIRNA web design and branding. And if you or someone you love suffers from back pain, varicose or spider veins, fertility issues, pelvic congestion system, uterine fibroids or peripheral arterial disease (PAD), ask your doctor to hook you up. These services are so new, you may want to bring along the web link:

Because no surgery and quick recoveries (just like a smooth website launch) are things to be celebrated!

Services Graphos provided in this project:
• Web design and development
• Project management
• Content strategy and content writing
• User Experience (UX)
• Logo design and branding

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Laurier Mandin is president of Graphos, the Edmonton web design company, branding consultancy and digital marketing agency he founded in 1993.

Posted by Laurier Mandin on November 19, 2015