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Health care communications firm Jarrard Phillips Cate & Hancock has named Stephanie Tortorici as managing director for the agency's Chicago office.

Most recently, Tortorici was director of health for Edelman's Zeno Group and previously served as executive vice president at Edelman PR. She was also a system vice president of communications at Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare.

"Tortorici's depth of strategic health care experience makes her an exceptional leader for our Chicago office," David Jarrard, president and CEO of Jarrard Inc., said in a release. "Having worked within health systems, as well as in a consulting capacity, she brings our clients a valuable blend of skills and expertise. I'm excited to welcome her to the team and to grow our Chicago office under her leadership."

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