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Clark Health Communications expands team

Appoints new account director Kayleigh Moore and promotes team members

Kayleigh MooreLondon, UK-based health and medical communications consultancy Clark Health Communications (CHC) has appointed Kayleigh Moore (pictured right) as its account director in a role that will see her lead teams responsible for driving the delivery of CHC’s gastroenterology, women’s health, depression and anticoagulants business.

Formerly serving at Ketchum in London and Cube Public Relations in Sydney, Moore’s expertise lies in healthcare communications, PR and patient advocacy.

She said: “I’m thrilled to have joined CHC at such an exciting time for the agency.

“I’m very much looking forward to working with such a collaborative and creative team of individuals.”

Lorna CampbellCHC has also promoted Lorna Campbell (pictured left) from junior account executive to account executive.

Campbell will support and assist the team across its women’s health, gastroenterology and haemophilia accounts.

She said: “Working at CHC has confirmed my desire to work in communications, I love the challenge and opportunity of working across a variety of therapy areas alongside such a talented and supportive senior team.”

Amongst the new hires, team members Sophie Dyer and Hannah Clarke have been promoted to senior account manager and account manager respectively.

Jeremy Clark, managing director at CHC, said: “The positive news for CHC just keeps on coming.

“I am delighted to have the opportunity in such a successful year to not only bring new people into a growing company, but to also reward and celebrate the excellent work we do at CHC.

“We are starting a successful 2017 as we mean to go on.”

22nd May 2017

From: Marketing



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