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In a two-year period, a community health partnership in Columbus, OH raised immunizations of children under two by 117% in public clinics. Spear-headed by the 11-member Franklin County Hospital Council with its public relations firm Paul Werth Associates, the partnership pooled city, county, state, federal and private resources to raise the percentage of fully vaccinated children.
The outstanding campaign was designated the "Best of Silver Anvil" by the Public Relations Society of America. The program earned a 1995 Silver Anvil Award for excellence in the public service/partnerships category. Over the years, Werth Associates has won a total of nine Silver Anvils.
Prior to …