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Lexington Communications bolsters team with a trio of new-hires

Adds Prof Mike Bewick, Mike Burrows and Katherine Murphy as senior advisors

Mike BewickIndependent public affairs agency, Lexington Communications has hired a panel of strategic advisors to act as senior counsel to its healthcare team.

The new senior advisory board will consist of Professor Mike Bewick (pictured right), who joins from NHS England as its deputy medical Mike Burrowsdirector, Mike Burrows (pictured left) who is coordination director for the National Academic Health Science Network (ASHN) and Katherine Murphy (pictured bottom right), who was chief executive officer of the Patient’s Association.

Emily Cook, director and head of health for Lexington Communications, said: “I am delighted to announce the members of our new senior advisory board, who will use their knowledge and experience of the ever-changing health landscape to provide invaluable strategic advise and insider analysis to our existing and potential clients.”

Katherine Murphy“Our new senior advisors will join a team that has the reputation of being one of the best in the market, and which partners with some of the most forward-thinking and exciting healthcare companies.

“With their added expertise and insight, we look forward to expanding our offering and continuing to provide our clients with the very best advise and insight in healthcare consultancy.”

Meanwhile, Ed McRandal also joins the Lexington Healthcare practice as an associate director along with Will Culliford, who joins as a senior consultant.

20th November 2017

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