WASHINGTON, DC—Healthcare communications specialist Spectrum Science Public Relations has changed its name to Spectrum Science Communications.
According to founder and president John Seng, the new name “reflects expanded services
since its founding in 1996, now incorporating public relations to include interactive communications, public affairs and creative services. In addition, Spectrum’s staff of 50 has moved to a new, larger headquarters at 2000 K Street, NW in Washington, DC.
“While our breadth of services has increased, we still maintain our health care-only focus, independent ownership and our core values of excellence in client service and retaining talented and happy people,” says Seng.
Seng also announced the recent hiring of Liam McElhone as vice president of operations from Mindshift Technologies where he directed the operations staff.