Medical Marketing Videos

Cancer Survivor and Thriver

Meet Stephanie Madsen a three-time cancer survivor who isn’t letting this disease get in the way of doing what she loves.We produced this video for Swedish Hospital’s Thrive event. Stephanie is a young, vibrant woman who is an inspiration to us all by reminding us all that having a positive attitude makes life worth living.

Airlife Trailer

Everyday Airlife Denver saves people’s lives, with speed and warmth in their hearts they swoop in to the rescue. This is their story.

Swedish Medical Center Stroke Success

Everyday patients are rushed to Swedish Medical Center with Stroke symptoms, and long term stroke damage is prevented by the quick actions of staff working in the compressive stroke center. Deb Mahan is one such patient. She credits Swedish for her wonderful outcome. She also has a special bond with Stroke Advanced Practice Nurse Michelle Whaley and is so grateful to her and everyone at Swedish for getting her life back.

Dave Schaffer Climbs the Seven Summits for Swedish Medical Center

Patient Dave Schaeffer – Let’s Climb Everest overcame a traumatic injury to his spine and is now on a journey to climb the “Seven Summits” of the world! Watch his patient testimonial on why he became inspired to inspire others through his passion of climbing mountains!

Dave was in a tragic snowboarding accident that could have left him paralyzed. But thanks to his great care and team of medical experts at Swedish Medical Center he is back to full health.
Dave Schaffer; “Almost exactly 3 years ago, I was laid up in a hospital bed with a fractured spine that nearly paralyzed me. I didn’t know if I’d ever be the same again. It was a painful point in my life but words cannot express my gratitude towards Swedish Medical Center, where an unparalleled group of people led me to an unbelievable recovery…today, I’m doing better than ever!”

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Steven’s Brain Injury Story

Steven MacCutcheon is one of the top alpine snowboard racers in the U.S. and is now competing in the World Cup. It’s something that Steven never thought would happen after being involved in a snowboarding accident, six-years ago, and suffering a life-threatening traumatic brain injury.  He credits Saint Anthony Hospital and Flight for life for saving his life.  Check out Steven’s amazing comeback story and how he’s returned to World Cup level racing in 2013.