Posted on 10.04.2023
Lovell Communications, an HMA Company, has added three consultants to its growing team of health care communications, public relations and marketing experts.
Posted on 02.01.2023
Health Management Associates Acquires Lovell Communications and Establishes Nashville Office
Posted on 11.10.2022
Health care strategic communications firm Lovell Communications today announced the promotion of agency veteran Amanda Maynord to vice president.
Posted on 09.07.2022
Rosemary Plorin was announced as a 2022 Most Admired CEO honoree by Nashville Business Journal
Posted on 11.04.2021
Kristy Lucero offers advice on how to excel in a public relations career and the lessons she’s learned as a health care communicator working through COVID-19.
Posted on 10.10.2021
National health care strategic communications firm Lovell Communications announced it has recruited Patrice Wilding to the firm as account supervisor. Based in Scranton, Pennsylvania, Wilding brings more than 15 years of experience in media relations, professional writing and strategic marketing. The company also announced the promotion of Jessica Hopson and Natalie Simpson to new roles in the firm.
Posted on 05.21.2021
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (May 21, 2021) – National health care strategic communications firm Lovell Communications has again earned industry accolades for excellence in marketing and public relations. From blogs to billboards and blankets, the firm earned 13 honors from the widely respected Healthcare Marketing Report’s Healthcare Advertising Awards. The firm accepted awards on behalf of clients […]
Posted on 03.04.2021
Health care strategic communications firm Lovell Communications has hired three new marketing and communications professionals and promoted two team members to help support the firm’s growing roster of health care clients across the country.
Posted on 01.26.2021
Lovell Account Supervisor Jessica Hopson Elected VP of Communications to IABC Nashville’s 2021 Executive Board of Directors
Posted on 05.13.2020
With the New York Times reporting this week that one-third of all coronavirus deaths involve nursing home residents or workers, it’s no surprise that our nation’s skilled nursing facilities and senior care centers are receiving a big dose of attention these days.