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Bedrock Healthcare Communications hires five

New starters include Sam Simpson and Francesca Worthington
Bedrock Healthcare communications

Bedrock Healthcare Communications has made five new hires as it aims to create additional growth and strengthen its operations.

The medical communications agency has taken on Sam Simpson as an account director and Francesca Worthington as an account manager. Simpson formerly led a range of high profile international accounts while Worthington comes from Porterhouse Medical.

Kelly Wyles joins Bedrock, in the newly-created role of PA and Cathie James will serve as the agency's graphic designer.

Additionally Georgia Sturt has been added as the agency's first intern.

David Youds, managing director of Bedrock, said: “I am delighted to welcome these new members of our expanding team.

“It's an exciting and dynamic time in Bedrock's growth and all have immediately established themselves as pivotal to our operation.”

24th August 2015

From: Marketing

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