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Superhuman editor wins promotion at Porterhouse Medical




Porterhouse Medical is delighted to announce that Stephanie Cheng has been promoted to the role of senior editor.

Steph has been part of the Porterhouse family for over five years and combines a superhuman attention to detail with an outstanding work ethic. She is hugely well respected within the company and, in keeping with our company values, is very generous with her time, always being willing to offer advice and guidance to her colleagues.

Congratulations to Steph, on her well-deserved promotion!

 Our recruitment drive continues across all departments, including editorial. If you are interested in joining our exceptional editors, please send your CV and a covering letter to jan.coetzee@porterhousemedical.com .

19th September 2018

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