Awards recognize nation’s best health information programs and materials
[Birmingham, MI] – – Brogan & Partners Convergence Marketing received eight awards for their work in radio, television, and print at the 15th Annual National Health Information Awards. The awards, given by the National Health Information Resource Center (HIRC), recognize the nation’s best health information programs and materials. Brogan & Partners received one Gold, two Silver, two Bronze and three Merit awards.
The Gold award for St. John Hospital’s “Cancer Opera” radio spot; two Silver awards for St. John Hospital’s “Cancer Opera” television spot; and, AIDS Partnership “AIDS Candle” print ad.
Two Bronze awards for the North Carolina Department of Health & Human Services’ (NCDHHS) “Game Show 911” television spot; and “Sunburn Girl” print ad.
Three Merit awards for NCDHHS’ “Paramedic Mind Reader” television spot; St. John Hospital’s “Memory like an Elephant” print ad;and St. John Hospital’s “Soccer Mom” print ad.
“It’s exciting to be recognized nationally for our work in the healthcare industry,” said Scott Werner, Brogan & Partners managing partner. “It affirms that we are hitting our mark, and making a difference in the healthcare market.”
Now in its 15th year, the National Health Information Awards program is designed to establish a seal of quality for consumer health information. The awards are organized by the Health Information Resource Center (HIRC), a national clearinghouse for consumer health programs & materials. More information on the award competition is available at http://www.healthawards.com.
Brogan & Partners Convergence Marketing, established in 1984, specializes in advertising, PRIZM®-based media, public relations, digital and diversity marketing. The firm has offices in Metro Detroit and Raleigh, service offices in Washington D.C. and Florida and an affiliate in Chicago.