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USACS – Diversity & Inclusion

We’ve produced content for USACS for over a decade and always look forward to their projects. Over the last few years, our focus has been creating engaging recruitment videos that connect with future ER doctors that will fit and thrive within the USACS culture.

This latest campaign consisted of five videos, including this one about the company’s focus on Diversity and Inclusion.

USACS – Quality and Risk Management

We’ve produced content for USACS for over a decade and always look forward to their projects. Over the last few years, our focus has been creating engaging recruitment videos that connect with future ER doctors that will fit and thrive within the USACS culture.

This latest campaign consisted of five videos, including this one about the company’s focus on their superior quality and risk management benefits for doctors and patients.

Ask Me Hear Me

1 in 5 youth have mental health issues, and 20% of them never receive help. We were commissioned to promote Ask Me Hear Me, which is a web app that helps breaks down the stigmas and gain an understanding of one’s mental health.

USACS – Young Physician Focus

US Acute Care Solutions is growing rapidly and truly believes their physician-owned model is the best. They are continually looking for new team members who share their vision and are passionate about being more than just an employee with a growing organization.

For the past decade, we have partnered with USACS to create recruitment videos that highlight the unique attributes of working for and being apart of the USACS team.

These videos are implemented in multiple recruitment campaigns to ensure the right people come to work for USACS.

AMHM – Mental Health – Parent

1 in 5 youth have mental health issues, and 20% of them never receive help. We were commissioned to promote Ask Me Hear Me, which is a web app that helps breaks down the stigmas and gain an understanding of one’s mental health.

This short documentary focused on addressing the stigma with parents and the broader community.