We create healthcare communications strategies and campaigns that get results
We’ve got the perfect blend of skills in our team with communications experts, marketing specialists and data analysts who understand the healthcare market. Our team create stand-out campaigns with compelling content that get to the heart of what really matters.
Outstanding results we've achieved for our clients:
We launched an online GP provider to the NHS and grew NHS patients from 0-5 million in three years
We ran a Covid vaccine campaign in south east London focused on the Black African and Black Caribbean communities that resulted in increased vaccinations and confidence. The award-winning Vaccine Facts campaign has now been adopted by NHS England
Our PR campaign for a digital health device resulted in the company’s biggest ever monthly sales after extensive coverage including a Daily Mail exclusive
We ran a thought leadership campaign for a clinical home care provider which was picked up in core channels, used in evidence at a parliamentary inquiry and led to a series of meetings with senior leaders at NHS England and Improvement and resulted in 15 qualified new business leads
What we do
We’ll work closely with your team to create a strategy that meets the objectives of your organisation and articulates your value through a range of online and offline communication channels that engage your target audience.
We’re a full-service agency, providing:
Brand strategy and development
Market research with customer, patient, and healthcare professionals
Market entry strategy
PR and communications
Online and offline marketing campaigns
Website and digital delivery
We're a UK health sector specialist that reaches and engages with the public, patients, healthcare professionals and care providers about health.
Who we work with
Why work with ZPB?
We are passionate problem-solvers. Our team brings experience and perspective because we come from a wide range of backgrounds including pharma, hospitals, media, data firms and regulators.
What our clients say
Since the article appeared on the front page of The Times, the phone has been ringing off the hook
founder and CEO of Outcomes Based Healthcare