PMLiVE Top 40 Creative Healthcare Agencies



Page & Page and Partners


Page & Page and Partners blend science and creativity with imagination and empathy to develop captivating campaigns that inspire audiences to change their behaviours.

  • Agency description
  • In order to imagine a better life, we first need to see the world through someone else’s eyes – doing this enables us to think differently; to implement and craft new solutions to real-life challenges, gaining insights that form the foundation of all our communications.

    Our process
    Applying imagination and empathy effectively takes discipline. Our risk mitigating process ensures that all our projects follow a tight, transparent framework. We gather the findings to develop insights that determine a vision that results in a strategy, which informs our campaigns and tactics.

    What we do and how we do it
    Every campaign we develop is based upon an audience insight. It’s using this insight creatively that ensures our clients to meet their business objectives. We describe it as effective creativity from better process.

    We spend a lot of time with our heads down, working hard on campaigns. But every now and again, we think it’s healthy to put the day-to-day work to one side and consider some of the bigger issues; how to help our clients win the race for relevance.

    We work nationally, regionally and globally on disease awareness campaign, medical education, brand launches and brand revitalisation.

    Page & Page and Partners isn’t the only agency with insights; we don’t have the monopoly on imaginative ideas and we aren’t the only bunch of scientists, strategists and creatives with empathy, but we probably are the only independent (and yet global) agency that offers all this in one neat package.

  • Social media

  • 2020 Agency Data
  • 2019 awards
    Total staff
    10-24 staff
    Billings from UK creative healthcare work
    Healthcare staff
    10-19 staff
    Total agency billings
    Agency age
    Between 5 and 7 years
    Social media footprint
    Approximate percentage of advertising, branding, creative or design work in the UK healthcare market
  • This information was supplied or confirmed by Page & Page and Partners. Bar charts are indicative only, with 100% being the maximum score allocated across all agencies. Billings from UK creative healthcare work are not a subset of total annual billings, and so may show a higher rating.

  • Ranking factors contributing to agency score
  • This chart shows the relative factors that contributed to the agency's overall ranking.

  • Awards
  • Communique 2019 - Excellence in Integrated Product/Brand Communication (Winner)
    PM Live T40 (position 35)
    PMSociety Awards 2019/20 - Craft Award - Primary Care Advertisement (Finalist)
    PMSociety Digital Awards 2019 - Craft Film (Finalist)
    PMEA 2019: Shortlisted – Excellence in Managing Established Products
    Marketing Week Masters 2020: Shortlisted – Health and Life Sciences x 2
    PM Society Digital awards 2020: Gold – Global to Local
  • This may contain additional awards supplied by Page & Page and Partners that were not included when generating this year’s T40 - please see methodology to find out which awards schemes were included.

Latest content from Page & Page and Partners on PMHub

How scientific storytelling can help Pharma cut through the noise
Rather than being afraid of storytelling, pharmaceutical firms should be embracing it. Because what scientific storytelling allows us to do is to communicate quickly and efficiently. It provides a shortcut to understanding which is a powerful tool, much needed at a time when there is so much pressure on our healthcare systems and we want patients to make good, informed choices.
Page & Page and Partners
How can Pharma help HCPs face Dr. Google?
A correct diagnosis can sometimes take time and patients often look for online support groups and communities to help so improving communications around health and wellbeing is the most effective way to mitigate against the rise of ‘cyberchondria’ born from self-diagnosis and Dr. Google.
Page & Page and Partners
The power of communication: Engaging diverse groups in healthcare
Humans are diverse and communications to engage us need to be inclusive. It’s no longer about talking to a group, a cohort or an imagined section of society - especially in healthcare. Communication and the strategy behind it needs to be more personal to ensure that people – whoever they are – feel valued and respected.
Page & Page and Partners

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