St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital launched a global campaign to strengthen cancer treatment standards for children around the world supporting the initiative with live streams, Facebook Stories, and social advertising. Check out their Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram channels to see the breadth of the campaign. The New York Times >>

Indiana University Health’s Christopher Abbotts and Daniel Woody shared how they customized their social channels to work as an efficient, real-time call center. It’s part of a larger initiative to improve overall customer service at the hospital by meeting patients where they are on social media. YouTube >>

Cleveland Clinic kicked off their #YouFirst campaign with a Facebook Live video about stress management for women. They supported the campaign with follow-up posts continuing the conversation. Facebook >>

NewYork-Presbyterian, Cleveland Clinic, and the Mayo Clinic were named the top three most successful hospitals on social media for their dedication to both Twitter and Facebook campaigns and for actively engaging in real-time hashtags. Convince & Convert >>

Memorial Satilla Health is hiring a Director of Marketing, Public Relations, and Communications to be a member of the executive leadership team while executing an annual public relations and communications campaign across all media platforms. (Waycross, GA) Careers at Memorial Satilla Health >>

Temple University Health Systems is looking for a Chief Marketing and Communications Officer to oversee the strategic development and operations of their Marketing and Communications department on a system-wide basis. (Philadelphia, PA) Temple Health Careers >>

Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare is hiring a Social Media Specialist to help develop social media content and strategy, track metrics, and engage with their audience over all platforms. (Memphis, TN) Careers at Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare >>

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