Pauline T. Mayer is President of PTM Healthcare Marketing established in 1996. Ms. Mayer has extensive experience in public relations and marketing for both medical device startups, medical specialists, and non-profit organizations. She is an experienced professional and tireless worker.
Ms. Mayer is loyal to her clients and never accepts competing device companies as clients.
It takes determination, drive, and energy elevating the profile of a medical device startup. Ms. Mayer is a driver. Her strengths lie in managing public relations campaigns for the medical device industry, particularly startups, medical specialists, and medical conferences. She has managed and promoted advocacy issues for several non-profits and has helped facilitate public awareness on regulatory issues. She is the editor of Medical Device News Magazine, a division of PTM Healthcare Marketing, Inc.
Ms. Mayer is honored to serve as the Executive Director for the American Board of Vascular Surgery exploring pathways to an independent Board of Vascular Surgery. In addition, Ms. Mayer served as the Executive Director of the International Society for Vascular Surgery (dissolved in 2018). In addition, she serves as an Executive Consultant to the Frank J. Veith International Society.
Past Experience in the Private & Public Sectors: Ms. Mayer is a former Director of Public Affairs for the Nassau-Suffolk Hospital Council, Inc., a trade association representing 24 not-for-profit community and governmental hospitals on Long Island (including North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System, University Medical Center at Stony Brook, Catholic Health Services of Long Island, Peconic Health System and Veterans Affairs Medical Center).
Ms. Mayer was the Editor of NY & LI Hospital and Health News, a publication of the Nassau-Suffolk Hospital Council that was distributed to health care executives, providers, legislators, nursing home/sub-acute care facilities, etc.
Ms. Mayer served as Director of Communications & Marketing for St. Charles Hospital (Port Jefferson, NY).
Pauline’s talents include pitching to the media on health care and advocacy-related issues. Throughout her career, she has coordinated and organized press conferences, educational programming, and medical conventions. Pauline has written at length on physician profiles, advocacy matters, trends in clinical research, etc.