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Creative directors join The Prime Medical Group’s UK offices

Adam Moriarty and Craig Armstrong join London and Cheshire teams

The Prime Medical Group Craig ArmstrongMedical education and communications firm The Prime Medical Group has appointed two new creative directors to its UK offices.

Adam Moriarty becomes senior creative designer of the group's London office, bringing over 20 years of creative and technical experience within the education, entertainment, media and pharmaceutical sectors.

Moriarty has worked with a number of agencies including Chameleon, Echo Group and Medaxial, and specialises in graphics and photography.

Meanwhile, Craig Armstrong (pictured above) joins The Prime Medical Group's Knutsford office in Cheshire.

Armstrong takes up the role of creative director, joining with over 20 years of experience in the healthcare and retail industries.

The group's managing director Graeme Peterson said: “It's an exciting time for the group; we are fortunate to have two industry-leading creatives joining the team and supporting our vision.

“This new focus on design and creativity, combined with the exceptional calibre of scientific expertise already in the business, it is already shining through.

“Both Craig and Adam bring a wealth of experience to the business. I welcome them both to the group and wish them luck in their new roles.”

9th May 2016

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