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Nexus Health Systems Signs On with Healthcare Marketing Firm Active Imagination

October 13, 2008

Houston, TX – Nexus Health Systems has chosen Active Imagination as its marketing agency of record through the end of 2008.  This marks the first time Nexus Health Systems, one of the largest health systems in Houston, has signed a marketing agency for an extended period. 


Active Imagination, healthcare marketing experts, will develop a strategic marketing campaign and supporting collateral, including brochures and direct mail, for Nexus’ HealthBridge Children’s Hospital.  HealthBridge Children’s Hospital, which opened in 1999, specializes in long term acute care treatment and is the only hospital of its kind in the Houston area.

 
“Nexus is an organization dedicated to providing specialized care specific to each patient’s needs,” said Adam Nisenson, Active Imagination CEO. “We are proud to be working with such a dedicated staff and are eager to use our healthcare expertise to help grow and strengthen their business.”


Active Imagination will begin work on the account immediately.  For more information about Active Imagination, to view client work or to review a list of services, please visit

MarketingforHealthcare.com.

 

About Nexus Health System:

Nexus Health System, headquartered in Houston, operates four freestanding specialty hospitals and a residential rehabilitation campus across the country. Nexus provides post-acute medical care and rehabilitation services to children and adults who are medically complicated, technology dependent, or catastrophically impaired.


About Active Imagination:
Since 1992, national and regional healthcare companies and organizations have turned to Active Imagination for its industry-specific branding and marketing expertise. Using the proprietary BrandStorySM process, Active Imagination helps its partners reach physician and patient audiences by launching, marketing, and repositioning their brands. Current and past clients include: US Physical Therapy, Global Healthcare Alliance, Memorial Hermann Healthcare Systems, Center for Facial Pain & Dental Sleep Medicine, Curing Children’s Cancer Fund, HealthTronics Surgical Services, Texas Children’s Cancer Center, St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital, Sadler Clinic, University of Texas Health Science Center, University of Texas Medical School at Houston, and Winter Pediatric Therapy.