|DDA Medical is pleased to announce that it received the Award of Excellence in the Marketing - Branding category from the New England Society for Healthcare Communications for the development of the Pain Management Centers of New England modern, responsive website and thoughtfully-designed brochure. For almost 30 years, the Lamplighter Awards recognizes outstanding healthcare marketing and public relations. The Award of Excellence is for those achieving the highest professional standards in healthcare communications. With over 20 major categories and hundreds of entries submitted annually, DDA Medical is deeply honored to have been given the Award of Excellence for working with Pain Management Centers of New England and Pain Modulation Associates for its Real Pain. Real People. 2018 awareness campaign.
DDA Medical Receives Two Unsolicited Awards for Excellence in Healthcare Communication as well as Outstanding Achievement in Website Design and Internet Technology
With great pride, DDA Medical announces the medical website, not-2-late.com, which was designed, developed, video enhanced, and search engine optimized by our team of professionals, has received the esteemed 2006 Aesculapius Award. The Aesculapius Awards of Excellence are given to producers of health-related radio and television PSAs (public service announcements) and World Wide Websites that the judges of the Health Improvement Institute (HII) consider excellent in communicating health information to the public. As only one PSA and one website receive the top prize each year – the official Aesculapius Award – this is quite an honor.
For its uniqueness in website design, comprehensive body of knowledge, and contribution to the medical industry, www.not-2-late.com was honored with the Outstanding Achievement Award from OBGYN.net in June 2007. This is the second major unsolicited award bestowed on not-2-late.com. It is a significant mark of achievement to be given recognition from OBGYN.net since this online authority conducts regular reviews of websites and only honors those that make notable contributions to the women's health community. The last award was given in 2005.