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Award-winning medical communications agency Porterhouse Medical opens new office space.


Friday 12th May, 2017; Reading, UK – Reading-based Porterhouse Medical, winner of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise, was delighted to welcome Rob Wilson MP to open their new office in Windsor Square last week.**  

This is an exciting time for Porterhouse. Continued business growth in the UK and internationally has meant that they have needed to expand their teams to continue to delight their clients. As a result the company has outgrown its current office space, and so has taken the opportunity to expand into the space next door.  When the Porterhouse moved into Windsor Square in 2006, it had seven staff, eleven years on it has grown to 45.

Jon Hallows, Co-founder and Joint Managing Director, said, “It’s thrilling that all the hard work put in by our teams has paid off. We always strive to provide our clients with service levels that go beyond normal expectations. This is why they keep coming back to us and it’s also why our growth has been so spectacular. Reading is an important central location for our company staff so we are delighted that No 3 became available, and that we that we could provide greater working space but still keep the teams together without major upheaval.”  

Porterhouse Medical, a medical communications company, was established in 2002 by Brian Parsons and Jon Hallows. Medical communications agencies act at the interface between pharmaceutical companies and healthcare professionals (HCPs). The company is a powerhouse of intellectual endeavour: most employees are university educated, many with further degrees.  

Brian Parsons, Co-founder and Joint Managing Director, said, “Porterhouse’s values make the company a great place to work. These focus on concepts such as sharing, passion, humour and entrepreneurship. Our people make the difference, which is why a comfortable working environment is important as we like to ensure that our staff are happy so that they in turn stay with us and do the best work for our clients.”  

About Porterhouse Medical
Established in 2002, Porterhouse Medical is a medical communications agency with a reputation for excellence. With an in-house teams of carefully selected account managers, medical writers and designers, the company delivers creative and intelligent medical communications for a growing number of UK, European and global pharmaceutical partners. For more information, go to Contact: Jane Rodgers 0118 913 9100  


*Bottom left photo: Brian Parsons (left), Rob Wilson (middle), Jon Hallows (right) 

 **Strictly speaking during the dissolution of Parliament prior to the General Election on June 8th, Rob Wilson is no longer an MP, although he retains his position as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, and is campaigning to retain his seat as Conservative MP for Reading East.  

18th May 2017



Company Details

Porterhouse Medical Group

+44 (0)118 913 9100

Contact Website

4 Windsor Square
Silver Street
United Kingdom

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