For the past fourteen years, Spirit of Women has leveraged NATIONAL media to produce LOCAL volume and revenue growth for hospitals across the country. Spirit’s market growth strategy provides a competitive advantage by positioning your hospital as a member of an elite coalition of hospitals dedicated to “raising the bar” in women’s and family health.
We believe that one direct path to becoming your market’s leader in women’s health is by demonstrating a national commitment to the women you serve. Spirit brings the national sizzle factor. Some early 2012 examples include:
- Prominent placement and active national promotion with our media partner Good Housekeeping (the largest circulation women’s magazine in the U.S.) of your hospital’s Day of Dance for Heart Health. See page 111 in this month’s issue!
- A renewal of our contract and commitment with the Make the Call Campaign of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office on Women’s Health to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of women’s heart attacks through joyful music and dance.
- The early success of our nationally-coordinated American couples cancer screening initiative called Hand in Hand. Available totally free of charge to any hospital in the U.S., Hand in Hand demonstrates the power of a grassroots multimedia movement to improve the health of both men and women. Our Hand in Hand Facebook page is fast growing with over 6,500 fans in less than four months.
Please contact Guy McClurkan today at 561-544-2030 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss how Spirit can help bring national impact and even more success to your community marketing and special events strategy. You may also follow our national success, networking, and access to programs by visiting www.spiritofwomen.com or checking us out on Facebook or Twitter.
|Kumbaya — Community Event Winner Announced!
Spirit of Women is proud to award Dr. Rachel Mandel with the Kumbaya Custom Necklace for her submission of the community health event: I Only Leak When I Laugh presented in May 2011 at Frederick Memorial Healthcare System. The event wins our attention because it brought out many more attendees than expected and kept them engaged in a fun and exciting way on a topic that is often considered taboo. Additionally, new patients were garnered and the hospital is committed to sustained follow-through with consumers to let them know they are not alone in pelvic health suffering and there is easy access to help and relief. We thank all hospitals for their submissions. We know that good health is action and the more we move, the more we live. Thanks for sharing.