Since 1991, we’ve helped numerous hospitals, medical research and education institutions, and medical practices increase public awareness, forge better patient relationships, and attract new clients.

As one of the most experienced and longest-operating marketing and PR firms in the state of Maine, we have a proven track record of success in generating measurable results for our health care clients.

We believe in healthy living. It’s one of our team’s core values. We understand the reasons why we need to help our communities live their healthiest lives.

The Marshall Plan®, a proprietary strategic marketing and PR plan fully customized to the goals of each client, is our signature offering and we have deep experience in creating and implementing Marshall Plans® for the health care industry, in addition to project work and ongoing support.

Some of our past and current clients in the health care industry include The Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds, the Lunder-Dineen Health Education Alliance of Maine, Boston University School of Medicine’s SCOPE (Safe and Competent Opioid Prescribing Education) of Pain, MaineGeneral Health, Redington Fairview Hospital, the Healthy Community Coalition and Massachusetts General Hospital Psychiatric Academy’s ProjectTEACH.


Joy McKenna“Thanks for all your help distilling some complex issues into neat, sell-able packages. It made a difference and we appreciated the variety of places we got coverage from, in addition to the thoughtful way [you] worked through some difficult scheduling scenarios.”

Joy McKenna
Director, Marketing & Communications at MaineGeneral Health

Examples of Our Work in Health Care

Annual Report: The Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds

Create a design that reflects the evolving Clay Center brand and use the report as a tool to educate about The Clay Center and the organization’s mission and accomplishments.

Lunder-Dineen Health Education Alliance of Maine Annual Report Redesign

Goal: Evolve the report into a piece that could be used to raise funds, educate stakeholders, and market the nonprofit to health care providers and communities that could benefit from it.