WA Health healthcare public affairs and communications experts

WA Health combines specialist insight with imaginative solutions to tackle the major issues in healthcare today. We excel at targeted campaigns that make sure our clients influence the agenda, nationally and locally.

Our team is creative, flexible and experienced at delivering tailored programmes informed by our deep knowledge of the health, NHS, care, medical devices and pharmaceutical sectors.

With backgrounds in politics, government, charities, PR and the NHS, our consultants have the breadth of expertise to create innovative public affairs and communications strategies in a complex, ever-changing healthcare environment.

WA Health provides a comprehensive suite of healthcare public affairs and communications services:

Engagement

  • Healthcare campaigns
  • Public affairs and government relations
  • Market access programmes
  • Stakeholder relations

Research and Insight

  • Health policy analysis and insight
  • Understanding public and patient opinion
  • Data analysis and digital insight
  • Positioning and message development

Communications

  • Media relations and PR support
  • Crisis communications and media training
  • Press office and social media management
  • Internal communications

Advisory

  • Strategic counsel
  • Reputation management
  • Thought leadership
  • Coalition secretariats

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