Summit Medical Group Launches New Web Series
Last updated: May 22, 2012, 09:21 AM
By Joy Pierce Mathews for Summit Medical Group
Summit Medical Group recently debuted its new Web original health video series, Good Medicine and Patient Profiles. Both series appear on the Group's home page and YouTube channel.
Good Medicine With Summit Medical Group shares the stories of people whose lives have been positively changed by Summit Medical Group physicians who volunteer their expertise to help patients. The series premiere features Alexander Gnoy, MD, and his Summit Medical Group colleagues who shaved their heads to support St. Baldrick’s Foundation in raising funds for childhood cancer.
Patient Profiles with Summit Medical Group features patients who share their stories in their own words. In the first video in the series, Debbie Woodbury, a breast cancer survivor who underwent breast reconstructive surgery with Summit Medical Group plastic surgeon Peter Hyans, MD, tells about her experience. Debbie is the founder of Where We Go Now, a community of cancer survivors who have found new lives through resilience, focus, and courage.
Senior Media Relations Specialist Maureen Bennett conceived both video series for Summit Medical Group. Ms. Bennett notes, Good Medicine and Patient Profiles piggyback on the success of our award-winning Medical Monday series that launched in 2011. These new series expand video offerings to our viewers, providing depth and breadth to Summit Medical Group's digital health content.” Ms. Bennett has been with the Group for more than 6 years. She conceives and creates the Group's Medical Monday videos. Her expertise includes media relations and crisis management as well as print and digital consumer health publications.
M.INK Productions® LLC produced the new health video series. M.INK Productions CEO Marcella Palmer, says, “Summit Medical Group is brilliantly using social media and videos to connect with and educate people. Both Patient Profiles and Good Medicine explore the human element, examining the thoughts and feelings of medical professionals and the patients they serve.”