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GCI Health hires six new starters

New Director and Associate Director appointed

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Full-service, integrated communications agency GCI Health has six new appointments joining the growing team at its London office.

Joining from Four Health Communications (previously Packer Forbes Communications) as Director, Gemma Medcalf (previously Rickwood) brings 10 years’ experience in healthcare communications including media relations, patient advocacy, ethical and consumer health and policy.

Tamara Ghanem joins as Associate Director from Red Consultancy. During her time at Red, Tamara was seconded in-house to support client policy, digital and communications teams. Prior to this Tamara spent four years at Havas:Just.

Kath Kerry, managing director at GCI  said: “We are experiencing significant growth through new business wins and expanding client programmes. To ensure we remain true to our award-winning culture and provide clients with our best work, it is crucial we invest in expanding the team. Gemma and Tamara bring with them a wealth of experience, skills and expertise and I am excited to welcome them to the team!”

The agency has also appointed senior account executive, Alice Morgan, who joins from MSL and Talia Berkley joins as an account executive from ROAD Healthcare Communications. Jack Panton and Jessica Reid also join as Junior Account Executives.

GCI Health is the Best UK Consultancy to Work For, 2019, according to the Holmes Report. The agency has also been named as finalist for Communications Consultancy of the Year at this year’s Communiqué awards. It was also finalist for the 2019 EMEA Healthcare Consultancy of the year by The Holmes Report.

19th June 2019

From: Marketing

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