St. Charles Hospital wins “Excellence in Marketing” award

From staff and wire reports
October 26, 2012 at 12:26 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Left to right: Peter Torsch, CFO, Fred Martinez, CEO, Blaine Faucheux, Media Communications Assistant, Quinn Landry, Director of Marketing and Jean Hill CNO.
Left to right: Peter Torsch, CFO, Fred Martinez, CEO, Blaine Faucheux, Media Communications Assistant, Quinn Landry, Director of Marketing and Jean Hill CNO.
St. Charles Parish Hospital’s Marketing Department, Quinn Landry and Blaine Faucheux, have been recognized for their excellence in Hospital Marketing and Public Relations.

The honor was awarded by the Louisiana Hospital Association for the marketing team’s work over the last year involving their creative and planning expertise. The marketing department walked away with a total of four awards, including Best Internal Event and Best Public Relations/Marketing Project for a Rural Hospital, for their work on the hospital’s new ER grand opening. The department also walked away with awards in larger categories for Best Print Advertising Campaign as well as Best Overall Advertising Campaign. This is the first time St. Charles Parish Hospital has received multiple awards. Director of Marketing Quinn Landry and Media Communications Assistant Blaine Faucheux were on hand to accept the awards on behalf of the marketing department and St. Charles Parish Hospital as a whole.

The Pelican Awards are given each year to honor exemplary efforts in hospital public relations and marketing among LHA members. The awards are handed out during the annual fall meeting of the Louisiana Society for Hospital Public Relations & Marketing, for work done the previous year.




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