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Penny Machines

Cherries
oil on canvas
22 x 20 in
1981

Penny Machines
oil on canvas
23¾ x 29¾ in
1961

Stack of Books
oil on canvas
30 x 24 in
n.d.

Seven Suckers
oil on canvas
19 x 23 in
1970

Twin Jackpots
oil on canvas
30 x 46 in
1962

Ties
oil on canvas
20 x 26 in
1980

Cake Slices
oil on canvas
20 x 16 in
n.d.

GCI Health

Report by Wendy Lund
Chief executive officer

2009 was a transformational year for GCI Health, a Cohn & Wolfe company. In our first full year as a premier healthcare specialty public relations firm, following Cohn & Wolfe’s merger with GCI, we set out to anticipate and meet the needs of our clients in a dramatically-changing environment.

Building on our reputation as GCI’s powerhouse healthcare practice since 1986, we leveraged and further strengthened our solid foundation of expertise in strategic health communications.

As the entire healthcare landscape continues to face unprecedented and complex change, our imperative is to propel action, build strong product brands and corporate reputations and achieve concrete business results. With our renowned focus on high science communications, digital health strategy, issues management, patient advocacy and consumer action, coupled with our deep talent and experience across many therapeutic categories, GCI Health continues to attack every client challenge with a fearless and proven approach.

We enter the new decade poised for growth and prepared to position the firm as the agency of choice for clients seeking an experienced, healthcare PR firm with a ‘best team’ approach. Our goal for driving growth in 2010 is simple: Dispense insightful strategy. Deploy meaningful action. Deliver impactful ROI.

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