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Three new faces at GCI Health

Healthcare communications agency is developing its London team
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The healthcare communications agency GCI Health has expanded its London team.

New to GCI Health are senior account director Claire Woods (left), account director Laura Starr (right) and account manager Chris Bath (centre), bringing the number of London staff to 12. 

Woods joins GCI Health from Ketchum, having previously worked for Red Door Communications and as the communications manager for Cancer at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust. 

New account director Starr joins from Hill & Knowlton Strategies, having started her career at Virgo Health. Bath was previously at Red Door Communications.  

“Each hire is an exceptional talent, recruited not only for their outstanding client service and experience but also their obvious entrepreneurial spirit,” said Rikki Jones, director of the GCI Health London team. 

“The appointments have been made possible via exceptional organic growth and all of our new joiners will be integral to GCI Health's further expansion.”  

The new joiners will work with global, European and UK clients across four primary service areas: life sciences, consumer health, market access communications and strategic consulting. 

“Our London office, as GCI Health's European hub, has been growing significantly and we are thrilled to welcome these new team members,” said Wendy Lund, CEO.

“The expanding local expertise we have on both sides of the Atlantic, supported by our broader global network, allows us to continuously look at how we can meet our clients' evolving needs across geographies.”  

GCI Health is the only WPP company specialising in healthcare PR.

6th February 2014

From: Marketing

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