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Haywards new additions

New starters in 2018

This year has been a busy one for us at Hayward and we have been very pleased to welcome three new recruits to the accounts team.

In February, we welcomed Ellie Taverner, a recent biology graduate from the University of East Anglia, as an account associate. Coming from a life sciences background and with previous experience in product operations, Ellie has already delivered highly technical projects for clients. In her eight months at Hayward, Ellie has thoroughly enjoyed working on a great variety of medical communications projects, and we hope she will continue to do so in the future!

In July, Hayward recruited Ellie Farrow as its second new account associate. Having graduated from the University of Exeter this year with a degree in biological sciences and a keen interest in health and disease, Ellie has enjoyed the exposure her role as an account associate has given her to the latest clinical and regulatory developments in the healthcare sector. Building on her previous experience delivering life science education, Ellie has particularly enjoyed working on client projects centred on the development of medical education tools.

And finally, Bradley Meehan joined us as a senior account manager this September. Bradley is a highly valued member of the managerial team, with a decade of experience in a range of life sciences roles, from academic to pharma to medical communications. Bradley says ‘I was excited to join Hayward because of its diverse approach to medical communications. Since joining, I’ve learned a lot about our services and the team have been really supportive in passing on their strategic knowledge. I’m now looking forward to drawing on my experience to deliver lots of multichannel projects’.

Each of our three new team members has contributed significantly over the course of 2018 to ensure Hayward continues in delivering high-quality services to its valued clients. Helen Bengtsson, Business Director, says ‘Hayward’s 27-year history of delivering effective medical communications and education on behalf of our clients is a testament to all the conscientious and insightful people we are lucky enough to have here. We’re always on the lookout for exceptional people who want to help us deliver innovative, award-winning solutions that make a difference to patients’ lives’.

After a successful year, Hayward is currently on the lookout to recruit a senior account manager, an account director and a business director to join our growing team. If you would like to learn more about the current vacancies, please use the following link: can submit your CV to or call Teresa Kirkley on +44 (0)1638 723560.

16th November 2018


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Hayward Medical Communications

+44 (0)1638 723560

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