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Baxter's Nick Roger joins Bedrock

Takes up role as strategic solutions director at med comms agency

Bedrock Healthcare Communications Nick RogerBedrock Healthcare Communications has appointed Nick Roger as strategic solutions director.

He joins the Fleet, UK-based medical communications agency from Baxter, where he was most recently marketing manager.

Prior to his time with the pharma firm he held various marketing, sales, commercial and public relations roles with the likes of Sandoz, Abbott, Janssen and Schering. 

In his new role Roger will help drive Bedrock's quality control procedures, acting as another 'internal client', and providing additional strategic support for existing clients as well as supporting Bedrock's overall business development.   

Roger will report to Bedrock Healthcare Communications' managing director David Youds, who said: “Nick's extensive pharma experience will further build on our USP of 'thinking like a client' at this important stage of our development."

12th September 2013

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