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Champlain Valley Physicians’ Hospital Hires Smith & Jones
Date:8/26/2014

Troy, NY (PRWEB) August 26, 2014

Champlain Valley Physicians’ Hospital Medical Center in Plattsburgh, New York hired healthcare marketing agency Smith & Jones to develop a women’s health campaign.

Champlain Valley Physicians’ Hospital Medical Center (CVPH) is a non-profit hospital that provides quality care and services in the rural North Country of New York State. Its mission is to provide exceptional patient experiences and improve the health and well-being of their market through collaboration and integration.

CVPH hired Smith & Jones to develop a women’s health campaign that focuses on preventive care. Women are usually the chief healthcare decision makers of their households and are the gatekeepers of their families’ care decisions. This campaign will remind women to take care of themselves through CVPH’s vast range of services, including primary care, cardiac, breast health, gynecological health, prenatal care, nutrition, and exercise programs.

“It’s always gratifying when a past client rehires the agency after moving on to a new company,” said Mark Shipley, Strategy Director and Co-founder of Smith & Jones. “We worked with Michele Powers, Director of Communications & Marketing at CVPH, years ago and are excited to tackle this new project together.”

About Champlain Valley Physicians’ Hospital Medical Center:

Champlain Valley Physicians’ Hospital Medical Center is a not-for-profit hospital that cares for the health and wellness of residents in the North Country of upstate New York. Learn more at http://www.cvph.org.

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