Screenshot of the American Oncology Network website.

The American Oncology Network recently partnered with Lenz Marketing to design, develop, and launch its new website. AON is an alliance of physicians and seasoned healthcare leaders partnering to ensure the long-term success of community oncology. They work with physicians and their practices to help them navigate the complex healthcare landscape, improve quality of care, and elevate community oncology. 

Lenz’s goal for this national organization was to create a website that would help physicians and patients alike understand AON’s mission in addition to elevating its brand. In order to do this, Lenz’s Creative Director Ben Barnes and Art Director Scott Sanders collaborated with the AON team to design the site, which includes sections “For Patients” and “For Physicians.” From there, Lenz Lead Web Developer Ricky Pattillo and Web Developer Lizzi Skipper developed and launched the site, which includes a content management system, is responsive, and SEO optimized.

To check out the new American Oncology Network website, click here. Or watch the website scroll video below. 

Need help giving your brand the website it deserves? Reach out to Lenz Marketing today to see how we can help.

Laptop screen featuring Alliance Spine and Pain Centers newsletter

This past November, Lenz redesigned Alliance Spine and Pain Centers’ “The Pulse” newsletter, which is distributed monthly to their staff in all 19 locations and 27 physicians. We reinvented the design to include the branding elements introduced in their “Future of Pain Relief” campaign. 

In addition, Lenz created and implemented a new patient-focused newsletter. The goal was to help Alliance share its story, company news, and new initiatives to its patients and the public.

If you would like assistance with creating digital content and e-newsletters for your company, click here to reach out to Lenz Marketing.

Screenshot of the patient newsletter Lenz created for Alliance Spine and Pain Centers.

Screenshot of the employee newsletter Lenz created for Alliance Spine and Pain Centers.

Screenshot of a snippet of one of the news stories we secured for the Warriors for William 5k.

In 2015, Danielle and Dr. William Webb of SouthCoast Health lost their son, William, to cancer. After suffering this tragedy, the Webbs created the nonprofit Warriors 4 William Foundation to help others facing similar challenges. Its annual Warriors 4 William 5K raises money for childhood cancer research, and, this year, the Lenz media relations team was ecstatic to jump in and help raise awareness. 

In 2019, Lenz helped garner media attention from Savannah Morning News, the city’s major daily newspaper, and WTOC, the local CBS affiliate, for the race. You can read the Savannah Morning News article here, and you can read the WTOC article here

Looking to bring more attention to your cause? Click here to reach out to Lenz Marketing today!