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Healthcare magazines and newsletters

Your hospital or health organization's print publication should be something that grabs attention when it arrives in mailboxes. But that's not enough.

In an ideal world, your magazine or newsletter not only will be attractive and engaging, but it also will offer readers valuable information—while providing real value to your organization as well.

That's not a far-fetched fantasy. It's something Coffey Communications consistently makes happen for hospitals and health organizations around the country.

Here's what you'll get when you partner with Coffey on your healthcare magazine or newsletter:

Compelling healthcare content. You can rely on our experienced editorial team to fill your publication with great stories and trustworthy health information—written with your healthcare marketing goals in mind.

Design that draws readers in. Our award-winning design team will make sure your magazine or newsletter gets the attention of readers and highlights your messages and branding.

Simplified workflow. Putting together each issue of your magazine or newsletter will be a snap, thanks to our easy-to-use publication planning tools and the support of your dedicated Coffey production team.

Quality printing and full mailing services. Your Coffey team will make sure each issue of your publication is printed at the highest quality and delivered on schedule—and on budget.

Strategic next steps. Our team can work with you to create compelling and measurable calls to action that support your hospital or healthcare organization's marketing goals.

A digital connection. Your publication and your online marketing efforts should work together, not stand separately. Coffey's healthcare marketing experts will help you connect the dots between print and digital, bringing readers to your website for more information and next steps.

Contact us to find out more—and see some of the work we've done for our clients.

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"Coffey Communications has done a spectacular job from the beginning of our relationship through completion of our newsletters."

—Kara Naig, Mitchell County Regional Health Center

EXPERTISE you can count on.