Healthy Showing for NAS at HMR Awards

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The U.S. Army Medical Department (AMEDD) garnered a "Best In Show" for NAS Recruitment Communications, the human resources communications leader, during the 25th annual Healthcare Advertising Awards presentation.

The U.S. Army Medical Department (AMEDD) garnered a "Best In Show" for NAS Recruitment Communications, the human resources communications leader, during the 25th annual Healthcare Advertising Awards presentation.

NAS, with a 60 year history of creative excellence and recognized as the premier healthcare recruitment communications company, walked away with an unprecedented 68 awards from this competition sponsored by Healthcare Marketing Record, the national newspaper of healthcare marketing. This contest received a record 4,400 entries for the largest venue focused on healthcare marketing and advertising.

In addition to "Best In Show," the firm's gold and silver medal winners included print and multimedia work for HCR ManorCare, CHRISTUS Santa Rosa, Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, HealthEast Care System, Children's Hospital Boston, Caremark, Mayo Clinic and M. D. Anderson Cancer Center.

"Healthcare is a crucial sector for the recruitment of talent that impacts everyone in a community. We take our responsibility to position our clients and their differentiators very seriously," said John Stepien, NAS Chairman and Chief Revenue Officer. "We are extremely proud so many organizations recognize NAS as a key partner in building a strong employment brand to help find and retain their top-level talent. This achievement is an indication how together, we continue to fulfill the NAS mission of "Creating Demand. Delivering Talent. Changing Lives."

NAS Recruitment Communications is the recognized leader in the specialized field of human resource communications. As a McCann Worldgroup agency, NAS offers a 36-office network providing best-of-class service delivery with global, national and local healthcare market expertise.

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