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MEMPHIS, Tennessee, Sept. 1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ - Med Communications International announced today that it has opened its European headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. Med Communications International will continue to expand its services throughout Europe from this central location. Establishing a European presence reinforces Med Communications' commitment to being the best-in-class global provider of medical affairs services for the pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical device industries.
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"Opening our office in Geneva is a significant step in our company's 17 year history," said Dr. Allen Scoggin, President and CEO of Med Communications. "This enhances our commitment to our global clients, by meeting their local needs with targeted services that best suit them. We are proud of our long-term association with the healthcare industry, and believe this decision further extends our client-centric approach."
"The arrival of Med Communications International in Geneva is gratifying. It affirms our region's dynamic ability to continuously attract the health science community," said Pierre Maudet, State Councilor for Security and Economic Affairs of the Republic and Canton of Geneva. "Med Communications International brings its expertise and experience to enhance the services already offered to this industry."
About Med Communications
Since its establishment in 1998, Med Communications, Inc. has emerged as a first-in-class medical communications consultant and service provider. Trusted by the world's leading pharmaceutical and biotech manufacturers for comprehensive scientific information services, Med Communications is the premier resource for accurate, concise and timely communication of medical information, covering a wide range of therapeutic areas. For additional information about Med Communications, please visit the Company's website atwww.medcomminc.com.
Isha Bhattacharyya, PharmD Senior Director, Global Medical Services email@example.com