Tuesday, June 6, 2023
The Mountain Health Network (MHN) Strategic Marketing Team received one Gold Award and three Silver Awards in the 40th Annual Healthcare Advertising Awards. The Healthcare Advertising Awards is the oldest, most widely respected and largest health care advertising awards competition, as well as one of the ten largest of all advertising awards.
Receiving a Gold Award in the Newspaper Advertising-Single category was The time is right, an ad announcing Pleasant Valley Hospital (PVH) joining MHN. Silver Award winners were Independence Day, a newspaper advertisement celebrating the spirit of the holiday; The Why of What We Do, an employee awareness campaign that featured employees sharing their passion for their jobs in the Total Public Relations Campaign category; and Join our team!, a magazine ad that shared employment opportunities at MHN, in the Professional Recruitment Program category.
“Congratulations to the Mountain Health Network marketing team for the creativity and passion they dedicate to their work each day,” said Lisa Chamberlin Stump, Chief Strategy Officer, MHN. “Achieving the national Healthcare Advertising’s Gold Award is well-deserved confirmation of their excellence in developing campaigns that supported Pleasant Valley Hospital, Mountain Health employees and recruitment efforts.”
More than 4,300 entries were received for this year’s competition. A national panel of judges were engaged in reviewing all entries based on creativity, quality, message effectiveness, consumer appeal, graphic design and overall impact. Gold Awards were given to only 12% of entries, and Silver Awards to just 8% of entries. The entire award list can be viewed at https://healthcareadawards.com/winners-list/winners-list-40th-annual/.
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