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Gareth Thurston joins Wilmington Healthcare as an account director

He moves to the healthcare intelligence provider from Cell Health Consulting

Wilmington Healthcare Gareth ThurstonWilmington Healthcare has appointed Gareth Thurston as an account director to oversee a number of key accounts across its portfolio.

Thurston moves to the UK healthcare intelligence firm from Cello Health Consulting, where he was a consultant.

He have nearly 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry, gained in various sales and marketing roles, and prior to his his time with Cello he spent almost 10 years with Novartis in the UK.

There his roles included marketing manager and franchise lead for the pharma company’s transplantation portfolio, and he ended as brand lead, ophthalmology.

Prior to joining Novartis, Thurston held senior sales and product manager positions at Gilead Sciences in its anti-infective franchise.

Gareth Thomas, managing director of Wilmington Healthcare, said: “Having worked in sales and marketing roles in the healthcare industry for nearly 30 years, Gareth Thurston brings a wealth of experience to his new job.

“He will play an important role in supporting our clients to achieve greater success, whilst helping our business to continue to go from strength to strength. We are very pleased to welcome him to our team.”

28th September 2017

From: Marketing



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