NASHVILLE, Tenn., (May 6, 2014) - In the first quarter of 2014, Lovell Communications signed contracts to provide public relations and marketing support for several new clients across the country.
Vivere Health, LLC, in Franklin, Tenn., is the leading expert in the nation for building, managing and enhancing multi-specialty Ambulatory Surgery Centers and In Vitro Fertilization Laboratories for comprehensive reproductive health and beyond.
Oregon Medical Group, located in Eugene and Springfield, Ore., is a primary care based multi-specialty group with more than 100 physicians and 13 neighborhood clinics.
Reliant Rehabilitation in Plano, Texas, is a leading provider of rehabilitation management services - providing programs to Acute Care Hospitals, Skilled Nursing Facilities, Sub-acute Facilities, LTACHs, Rehab Hospitals, and CCRCs across the United States.
IPX, Inc., in Nashville, Tenn., is a privately held company that helps innovators from the individual inventor to the largest global organizations identify their most promising inventions and related intellectual property.
National Society of Certified Healthcare Business Consultants, in Reston, Va., provides an active forum for networking and sharing best practices, offering its members an in-depth understanding of the healthcare environment.
Cory Remsburg- It has been an honor to represent Army Sgt. 1st Class Cory Remsburg. Americans first learned about Cory's bravery and sacrifice during the President's State of the Union speech.
These organizations join Lovell Communications' national roster of clients. With more than 25 years of experience, Lovell Communications Inc. protects brand reputations and helps launch and grow businesses through marketing communications, public relations and crisis management. Visit http://lovell.com to learn more about the firm's expertise.
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