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Clark Health Communications make three team additions

Announcements coincides with its Communiqué Awards nominations

CHC Sophie DyerIndependent health and medical communications consultancy Clark Health Communications (CHC) has hired three new team members.

Hannah Walsh has recently been appointed as account director. She joins from med comms agency TVF Communications and has a wealth of experience within health and medical communications in a broad range of therapy areas including hepatitis C, rare disease and gynaecology.

Commenting on her appointment, Walsh said: “It's a pleasure to be working alongside the talented and passionate team here at CHC. Joining at this exciting time for the agency is a fantastic opportunity to contribute to the growth of CHC as we continue to make a real difference in the work we do.”

Sophie Dyer joins CHC as account executive. Dyer has previously worked within corporate communications and is contributing to the company's women's health and mental health business.

CHC has also recruited graduate Hannah Clarke as junior account executive. Clarke has a degree in Natural Sciences and will be working across the firm's programmes.

Jeremy Clark, founder and managing director of CHC, said “I am delighted that these three talented people have chosen to begin or continue their careers with CHC. I am very excited to see how they will all contribute to our mission to change the way our clients think about communications and communications agencies.”

The announcements come as it was revealed that CHC is a finalist for two Communiqué Awards; Excellence in Media Relations – Healthcare and The Say Communications Award for Excellence in Product Communications.

11th June 2015

From: Marketing

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