Siskin Hospital Receives Multiple Healthcare Advertising Awards

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Siskin Hospital for Physical Rehabilitation has received multiple awards for its marketing and public relations efforts in the 35th Annual Healthcare Advertising Awards sponsored by the Healthcare Marketing Report. 

Of the more than 4,000 entries received this year, Siskin Hospital was awarded the Gold Award for its 2017 Possibilities Patient Honoree Video. It also received three Merit Awards for its “Fa La La” Newspaper Advertising Single; the “Santa” Newspaper Advertising Series; and all of the marketing materials used for the 2017 Possibilities Luncheon. 

The Healthcare Advertising Awards are considered the oldest, largest, and most widely respected healthcare advertising awards competition in the nation. A national panel of judges evaluated all entries based on creativity, quality, message effectiveness, consumer appeal, graphic design, and overall impact, said officials.


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