NASHVILLE, Tenn., (July 12, 2012) - In the second quarter of 2012, Lovell Communications signed new contracts to provide public relations and marketing support for several new clients, including Mariner Healthcare, Optimal Radiology and, within the state of Tennessee, UnitedHealthcare and Walmart. Lovell also contracted with InQuicker, Knapp Medical Center, NextGxDx, W.G. Yates & Sons Construction Co. and Vetcorps Landscaping earlier in 2012.
Mariner Healthcare operates 21 skilled nursing facilities located in southern and northern California.
Optimal Radiology provides professional radiology solutions to hospitals around the country.
Walmart (NYSE: WMT) has more than 40,000 Walmart associates in Tennessee and the company gave more than $21.1 million in cash and in-kind donations to local organizations Tennessee last year.
UnitedHealthcare, a UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH) company, is a diversified health and well-being company committed to helping Tennesseans live healthier lives.
InQuicker is the first company to offer an Online Waiting Room™, allowing patients to skip the waiting room at the ER, Urgent Care Center, and Doctor's Office in 21 states.
Knapp Medical Center is a not-for-profit acute care hospital in Weslaco, Texas.
NextGxDx is a healthcare information technology company that simplifies and facilitates the process of genetic test ordering between hospitals, laboratories and physicians.
W.G. Yates & Sons Construction Co. is a 50-year-old company with operating divisions across the Southeast and a new office in Nashville.
ÃÂ¢€‹Vetcorps Landscaping is a Washington, D.C -based professional landscaping company established by American veterans and experienced horticulturalists.
These organizations join Lovell Communications' roster of clients nationwide. Founded in 1988, 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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