BOSTON — ReviveHealth has expanded to Boston, hiring several executives to lead the firm's new operation in that city.

Boston becomes the Weber Shandwick subsidiary's fourth office, after Nashville, Minneapolis and Santa Barbara. The expansion comes after ReviveHealth netted new AOR assignments from virtual care player Teladoc Health, and data/analytics company Cota Healthcare.

Holly Spring joins ReviveHealth as SVP and PR department lead in Boston, after previously serving as executive director of PR, social, and brand for Athenahealth. The firm has also hired Victoria Gavaza, former senior manager of corporate communications at Athenahealth, who joins the team as VP to drive continued client growth and oversee key client thought leadership initiatives with a focus on health technology and services.

Other Boston hires include client experience director Dave Levy, along with three account executives.

“We see incredible opportunity to work with even more clients in the New England area, and are excited to announce our Boston presence with such a strong line-up of talent in Holly, Victoria and Dave,” said Brandon Edwards (pictured), ReviveHealth founder and CEO. “With the addition of these team members, we are only adding to the incredible pool of talent here that helps guide marketing communication efforts for our clients.”
Other clients that will led by Spring's team include Halo Communications, a leader in tech-enabled clinical collaboration solutions; Health Fidelity, a health technology company offering a natural language processing platform to address risk adjustment and quality in value-based payment models; and Komodo Health, a health technology company focused on addressing the global burden of disease through the most representative and actionable healthcare map.