GP Surgery Website Audit Report

An accessibility audit has benefits beyond compliance with legislation. If you are looking to improve your patient experience, improving your site’s accessibility is a great way to boost usability for patients across the board.

Simply enter your website address and your email address.

We’ll run a set of automated tests and email your PDF report within 20 minutes.

  • Accelerated mobile pages
    Test whether the pages of the site are AMP optimised.
  • Accessibility
    A check against the WCAG accessibility standard.
  • Alternative text
    Measure whether the website for this practice is properly using alternative text (a key SEO and accessibility fundamental, and indicator of website quality).
  • Amount of content
    Measure the amount of text content found on the website.
  • Analytics
    Determine whether the business is using analytics to measure visitor behaviour, and detect what analytics solutions are used.
  • Bot blocking
    This test checks what user agent blocking is in place by using the robots.txt file.
  • Bounce rate
    This test estimates what the bounce rate for a website is.
  • Broken links
    This test checks for links on a website which point to error pages or missing files.
  • Code quality
    Measure the quality of the code used to build the website. 
  • Contact details
    Determine the contact information for the practice, including their phone number(s), postal addresses and email addresses.
  • Facebook
    Detect whether this organisation has a Facebook Page, and measures the performance of this page, including: number of likes and frequency of posts.
  • Favicon
    This test checks for the presence of a favicon on the organisation’s website.
  • GDPR
    Determine whether this website is GDPR compliant.
  • Google My Business
    Detects the results of a Google search for this organisation.
  • Headings
    Check for the presence of heading tags (i.e. H1 – H6).
  • Images
    Measure whether the website for this practice is properly defining images (a key indicator of website quality).
  • Last updated
    Determine when the website was last updated.
  • Video
    Determine whether this website makes any use of video, e.g. YouTube or Vimeo clips.
  • Voice search
    This test checks if the organisation is optimised for voice search.
  • Link text
    Measure how effectively links inside this businesses’ website are defined, for maximum SEO effectiveness.
  • Local presence
    Determine what local directories the business appears within, including Google places.
  • Mobile
    Determine whether the businesses’ website is optimised for mobile devices, e.g. smartphones.
  • Mobile speed (throttled download)
    Measure the speed of the website, and whether the website could be better optimised for higher performance.
  • Open Graph
    This test determines if the website contains Open Graph tags.
  • Organic search
    This test checks how much search traffic an organisation’s website receives from Google.
  • Page titles and descriptions
    This test checks whether page titles and meta descriptions are used on the website correctly.
  • Placeholder content
    This test determines whether the website contains placeholder content.
  • Print friendly
    This test determines if a website is suitable for printing.
  • SSL
    This tests the organisation’s website for use of SSL to keep visitor data secure and improve SEO.
  • Server behaviour
    This tests the organisation’s web server to see if it is optimised for fast loading and search engine ranking.
  • Sitemap
    Checks to see if a sitemap file can be found on the website, and whether it is valid and up-to-date.
  • Structured data
    Determine whether this business has structured data contained on their website.
  • Twitter
    Detects whether this business has a Twitter account, and measures the performance of this account, including the number of followers.
  • Total traffic
    This test estimates the number of total monthly visits this website receives.