The Center for Healthcare and Policy Communications (CHPC) uses health communications to help solve some of our nation’s biggest health and social issues. Through volunteerism, proactive partner engagement, and compassion, the CHPC has worked with many nonprofit, government and socially conscious private organizations to amplify their healthcare and policy communications capacity.
Our specialty is bringing health communication service and expertise to organizations and expanding their ability to reach their missions.
What can CHPC’s expertise on winning health initiatives generate? Here are a few examples:
- Partnership with an Atlanta-based mommy blogger to successfully advocate for the establishment of lactation rooms at the world’s largest airport, Atlanta Hartsfield International Airport (HJAIA)
- The creation of health communications products (patient education videos, fact sheets, and other resources) for minority communities, using health literacy and cultural competency tenets
Below is a link to the Center for Healthcare and Policy Communications’ project repository. In these pages, you can find a sample of the projects CHPC has performed over the years. If you would like more information on any of these projects, please contact CHPC.
View our community portfolio.