The Office of Communications and Marketing is the Medical Center’s institutional connection to audience groups within UMMC, across Mississippi and beyond. Through strategic communications and promotion initiatives, our office tells the Medical Center’s story through print and electronic publications, advertising, creative content and digital communications, including social media.
The office serves as the primary connection to the news media and facilitates all interactions with UMMC experts.
In addition, C&M provides a variety of services to the Medical Center community, including creative design services, marketing strategies, publicity for noteworthy activities, tours and event planning.
Our office can be reached by phone Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., at (601) 984-1100, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our office is located on the first floor of the Holmes Learning Resources Center, across from the Office of the Vice Chancellor. The closest public parking lot to our office is in Lot D across from the Nelson Student Union, next to the School of Pharmacy. Walk through the School of Medicine, and we are right inside the LRC to the left.
Members of the professional news media who need assistance covering Medical Center activities or events or would like a UMMC expert to participate in a story should contact Ruth Cummins, assistant director for media relations, at (601) 984-1104 or email@example.com.
All members of the media who visit any UMMC location must be accompanied by an escort from the Office of Communications and Marketing.
Our office takes the privacy of our patients very serious and strictly follows federal HIPAA guidelines - external site.
Monday, May 10, 2021
UMMC leaders expressed their appreciation for the 10,000-person workforce last Friday with a pep rally in front of University Hospital and a parade down North State Street. Health care heroes received a big salute as the went back and forth to campus, and metro-area emergency response vehicles, police motorcycle units, city leaders and Miss Mississippi Mary Margaret Hyer drove by as well. What a way to kick off Employee Appreciation Week! Read More
C.J. Lowe, a member of the School of Pharmacy Class of 2021, will become a fellow with AstraZeneca after graduation, researching treatments for asthma and COPD. A member of the Ole Miss track team in his undergraduate days, Lowe’s own experiences with asthma and its treatment inspired his studies. Read More
Hip hip hooray! Employee Appreciation Week salutes workers
Published on Monday, May 10, 2021
#UMMCGrad2021: Asthma, COPD research in AstraZeneca fellowship ahead for pharmacy graduate
#UMMCGrad2021: SOD grad has new assignment: Treating patients in the Navy
ACOG taps ob-gyn chair to lead national women’s health org
ICU recovery clinic speeds patients’ physical, emotional healing
Leaders in philanthropy: Concern for children’s health care at heart of couple’s giving
Published on Thursday, May 6, 2021
UMMC Grenada cancer services offer options closer to home
Published on Monday, May 3, 2021
New grant makes real IMPACT on state's rural primary care
UMMC maintains a vibrant and active presence on social media include accounts representing UMMC-related schools, departments, programs and various groups across Mississippi.
If you have any questions or concerns about a UMMC-associated social media account, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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