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October 27, 2017
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GCI Health Recognized as Global Healthcare Agency of the Year by The Holmes Report

GCI Health is thrilled to have been named Global Healthcare Agency of the Year by The Holmes Report for the second time. Earlier this year, the agency was named North American Healthcare Agency of the Year for the third time and Best of the Best Agencies to Work For. In addition, GCI Health received a Global SABRE for the third time. The Global SABRE Awards recognize the 40 best public relations programs of the past year, from around the globe, selected from among the winners of their regional competitions.

The SABRE Awards – which include competitions for the Americas, EMEA and the Asia-Pacific region –attract over 5,000 entries from more than 60 countries, so winners of the Global awards are the elite of the elite, representing best practice in categories ranging from social media to social responsibility, from public affairs to employee communications.

GCI Health has been described by Paul Holmes, Founder and Chair of The Holmes Report as “a team providing a balance of stability and restless innovation that has seen the integration of social media and content creation and a willingness to ‘break the rules’ (in a good way) of traditionally staid healthcare marketing” and “arguably the hottest healthcare firm in the US right now.”

In this ever-changing healthcare environment, the agency is considered thought-leaders and their goal is to always “do something different” for their clients, colleagues and the community.

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