NASHVILLE, Tenn. (June 19, 2018) – National health care strategic communications firm Lovell Communications has promoted Erin George to senior advisor. In the new role, George assumes expanded leadership and account management responsibilities and will focus her new account work within the agency’s health care transactions practice.
“Erin is a skilled strategist and trusted source of counsel for clients and colleagues,” said Rosemary Plorin, president and CEO of Lovell Communications. “As we continue to grow our work in health care transactions and crisis communications, Erin is a key leader for account teams managing issues ranging from mergers and acquisitions to competitive Certificate of Need contests to hospital crises and never events."
George joined Lovell Communications in 2011 as a senior account supervisor after spending the first phase of her career as a business journalist. Initially focused on thought leadership, George has earned multiple public relations industry awards for her writing and has secured positive media coverage in formats ranging from small community and trade publications to major daily newspapers and national network news programs. In recent years, she has increasingly supported and led transaction, issues management and crisis communications projects for the firm’s diverse national health care client base.
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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