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 across the United States, including AccuReg Software in Alabama, American Health Communities in Tennessee and Alabama, Nashville-headquartered Compassus, Gerald Champion Regional Medical Center in New Mexico, Morgan Medical Center in Georgia, and Texas-headquartered Oceans Healthcare. The awards include:
Writing, Design and Advertising
The Healthcare Advertising Awards — the oldest, largest and widely respected health care advertising awards competition — said a national panel of judges reviewed entries for creativity, quality, message effectiveness, consumer appeal, graphic design and overall impact.
Lovell has collected more than 200 industry awards in the last decade alone for services including strategic communications, public relations, writing, design, social media, interactive marketing and website development.
About Lovell Communications
For 30 years, Lovell Communications has been honored to serve as strategic counsel and trusted partner to health care providers and suppliers across the country. Publicly traded companies, not-for-profit systems, start-ups and mature companies draw upon our vast communications expertise to support them through phases – or just moments – when it’s crucial to persuade audiences or influence decision makers. Engagements run from two months to 20 years, and clients include hospitals and health systems, academic medical centers, publicly held corporations, start-ups, physician practices and pre-IPO companies. Learn more about the firm at Lovell.com or on Twitter, Facebook or the company blog.
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