Find out more about our authors and the editorial guidelines used for all of our content.
Our Content Editorial Regulations and Processes
All of our content is produced by our Medical Quality Managers and Patient Care Advisers, all of whom have medical backgrounds and training. They gather their information from highly credible government-approved sources such as the NHS, BAAPS/BAPRAS, FDA and the CQC. After the content is written, it is sent to one of our expert surgeons, so they are able to review the accuracy of the information and ensure it is of the highest quality before it is published.
Healthcare and surgery techniques, restrictions and developments are constantly evolving, which is why all content Medbelle produces is regularly updated and reviewed in order to stay up to date with any changes ensuring all patients are receiving the most accurate information at all times.
Patient Care Advisers
Patient Care Advisers are here to support patients from the beginning of their enquiry right through to their treatment recovery period. They are there to listen to the patient's needs and requirements, book all necessary appointments, provide the patient with all the relevant reading materials and guides in order to help them prepare for their specific treatment. They give the patient personalised one-to-one care over the phone, via email or via WhatsApp.
Medical Quality Managers
Medical Quality Managers are responsible for ensuring all the information featured online and in all the guides the patients receive is correct, up to date and digestible. They also train all the Patient Care Advisers making sure they are knowledgeable in all aspects of the treatments on offer and can confidently prepare the patients for their selected procedure.
All our guides and information produced by our team is reviewed by doctors and surgeons in order to ensure a high level of accuracy and transparency for everyone looking to understand more about their chosen procedure. This includes all treatment overviews, procedure candidates, surgical techniques, aftercare and all relevant risks and complications.