As everyone is very much aware, in recent years, patients have increasingly struggled to gain timely access to their busy GPs. As a result, many patients have presented themselves – at already overstretched hospital Emergency departments – with relatively minor and non-urgent conditions. NHS London have now made significant changes to improve the system.
May has seen the launch of our first advertisement campaign for P&G’s Always Discreet – and also our first to include hospital washroom panels. The campaign, which runs in conjunction with LloydsPharmacy, will encourage women to pick up a free sample pack from the whole product range in local branches of the pharmacy chain.
Our agencies growth in the North West of England continues as Pulse partners with a brand new Trust. The University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust is our first in Manchester and adds another major acute teaching hospital, Wythenshawe, to our estate.
Wythenshawe Hospital is recognised as a centre of clinical excellence, most notably for […]
The first quarter of 2017 closes with some fantastic news – we have installed our first advertisement panels in one of the busiest NHS acute health providers in the UK. Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust is one of the largest teaching hospitals in Europe, a regional and national centre for specialist treatment (including the Leeds […]
At any one time, the population of NHS hospitals encompasses a full cross section of UK society, including – sadly – a higher than average number of vulnerable people, some of whom may be particularly distressed and even experiencing suicidal thoughts. As one of the only dedicated hospital and healthcare advertising agencies in London, as […]
January sees the launch of our first campaign for HomeTouch, giving patients (and their families) peace of mind by helping them source reliable and strictly vetted home carers when they are discharged from hospitals. Pulse’s advertisement services will include strategically positioned poster advertisements in a range of sizes.