Video SEO Pro created a Live Action Video had the pleasure of chronicling one of the top Bone Marrow Transplant teams in not only the United States, but the world. NewYork Presbyterian Hospital, teaming up with Columbia University Medical Center and Weill Cornell Medicine have a groundbreaking Bone Marrow Transplant team that offers the best level of care, as well as the best treatment options available. We had the pleasure of molding a few phenomenal, sometimes heartbreaking, yet often uplifting stories of these doctors, patients, their families and their survival.
The Weill Cornell Breast Cancer Center was looking for a way to to engage potential new clients and communicate the scope of their remarkable services for patients with breast cancer. When they approached us with these needs in mind, we used Video SEO techniques to get them found on the 1st page of Google and produced a series of marketing videos. 1 Video was an overall branding video, the other 3 were powerful testimonials, with all 4 videos conveying the hospital’s various services and message of hope and personal patient care.
Queens Medical Associates approached Video SEO Pro with a challenging request: create a video that would explain a new Medicare plan for cancer patients called Oncology Care Model. The challenge was explaining a complex concept in a way that would be engaging and also effective in getting patients’ cooperation. Mission accomplished!
We had the pleasure of working with VNS Westchester, an outstanding visiting nurse service for the Westchester, Putnam, Rockland, Duchess counties and the Bronx. VNS Westchester was looking for a way to to engage potential new clients and communicate the significance of their incredible services for patients who need care at home. When they approached Video SEO Pro with these needs in mind, we used Video SEO strategies to get them found on the 1st page of Google and produced a branding video for their company. VNS wanted to convey the dedication of their nurses, the strength of the bonds between the nurses and their patients and their ever-expanding scope of locations for providing care at home.
We had the pleasure of sitting down with Jossete Gunther, a patient of The Weill Cornell Breast Cancer Center, and tell her story. She had been diagnosed with Estrogen Based Breast Cancer. At a loss for her next move, she chose The Weill Cornell Breast Cancer Center, where she felt not only comfortable but in extremely capable hands. Her successful treatment made for a fantastic testimonial video to exemplify the dedication and excellence of the doctors, and the remarkable, caring atmosphere of the hospital.
We had the distinct honor of hearing and filming the courageous story of Brenda K. Seven years ago, Brenda was diagnosed with Triple Negative Breast Cancer, which lacks any targeted drug solutions. In spite of this overwhelming obstacle, she enrolled in a clinical trial at Weill Cornell, and to this day continues to successfully fight off the progression of her cancer with the help of her extraordinary doctors. Weill Cornell wanted us to share this remarkable story so that any other individuals with conditions like Brenda’s may know that this extraordinary hospital can give them hope and a fighting chance.
The Gastrointestinal (GI) Oncology Program at Weill Cornell Medicine is one of the most prestigious multidisciplinary cancer treatment programs in the world. The GI Oncology Program offers comprehensive care across the entire spectrum of digestive cancers, and their unique approach to integrating patient care and cutting-edge research allows them to provide exceptional diagnostic and therapeutic results. They asked us to help promote their services to a larger market and get them found more easily. We used Video SEO techniques to get them found on the 1st page of Google and produced a series of marketing videos. 1 Video was an overall branding video, the other 3 were moving testimonials, with all 4 videos exemplifying the incredible people and services that comprise The GI Oncology Program.
We had the pleasure of interviewing Peter Rosow and listening to his story. In December of 2011, he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer at another major NYC cancer center, and given only 1 year to live. He went to Weill Cornell Medicine after hearing about a new pancreatic cancer therapy developed through a clinical trial. The doctors succeeded in shrinking his cancer and though they couldn’t remove it at first, the doctors were able to successfully destroy the tumor through radiation treatments and to this day Peter is still here, feeling just fine.
We had the opportunity to sit down with Jonathan Lowenberg and listen to his remarkable story. Shocked at his stage 3 cancer diagnosis, Jonathan decided to go to Weill Cornell Medicine Gastrointestinal Oncology Program for treatment. Hearing of their fantastic reputation, he was moved by their personalized, familial-like care. He received standard chemotherapy treatment and was also offered and given a clinical trial which proved to be highly effective. The entire cancer disappeared after 11 weeks.
We had the chance to interview Anne Glauber, and listen to her incredible story. When Anne was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, and essentially, a death sentence at another hospital, she refused to give in. She went to Weill Cornell Medicine Gastrointestinal Oncology seeking doctor that were willing to look outside the box and approach her treatment from a different, innovative angle. One year later, she is in remission and she couldn’t be more grateful for the kind, understanding and professional help she received from the doctors of the program.