International Public Health Communication



Eagle Medical Services provides International Public Health Communication to the CDC’s Center for Global Health (CGH) through its 5-year IDIQ contract vehicle.

This program covers comprehensive public health emergency communication services for infectious diseases and other public health threats to all countries in Africa. The program consists of five separate domains:

  1. Training
  2. Message and Materials Development, Graphic Design, Printing, Shipping and Inventory
  3. Hotline Support
  4. News and Social Media Support
  5. Communication Research

Eagle Medical Services has partnered with Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU) to support of these activities.  ORAU has provided decades of formidable communication research to the CDC and Eagle Medical Services is proud to have a teammate with such great expertise in public health communication. 

To learn more about this program and how to add a task order to the contract vehicle, please download the Center for Global Health International Communication IDIQ Information here.


EMS is a prime contractor supporting the CDC’s National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases, Division of Global Migration and Quarantine (DGMQ) for Ebola Surge Support (Contract 200-2015-61543). Related services include health communication, research support, writing and editorial support.

Our support for tasks in the “Communication and Collaboration Support” category is another area where EMS with has gained TV & Radio Capabilities. This includes the following tasks:

  • Coordinate tasks and strategy for the development of health communication and education materials
  • Organize and implement external communication
  • Provide consultation and guidance on communication inquiries
  • Assist with the development of emergency communications content for the general public and special populations

EMS staff have developed original digital film/animation assets in support of DGMQ’s mission, provided project management support for the Sensis Advertising Project (CDC’s Traveler’s Health Ebola Ad Buy Strategy with the objective of developing and conducting targeted advertising of key Ebola messages to CDC’s key audiences to increase the reach of CDC’s public communication activities) and serve as liaison with various CDC Communications Teams and vendors, providing brochure copy, scripts and other files for the production of print materials, web content, and videos.


CDC's 2015 - 2020 Strategic Framework

EMS partners with some of the most innovative and talented designers to develop messaging and marketing materials for CDC’s leadership. We have partnered with Atlanta-based design agency, Spark Corps, to design the CDC’s Global Immunization Division 2015 – 2020 Strategic Framework. The strategic framework is used as a road map for policy makers, public health leaders and key stakeholders to engage in the goals and mission of the GID.  









EMS corporate leadership, as well as a large staff, are physically located in Atlanta and have regular in-person meetings with CDC program leadership and team leads.

EMS listens carefully to program requests and will use its back-reach to contact its rich pool of TV & Radio Communication experts.


EMS employs an exceptionally talented team of scientific, medical, and technical writers and editors. Our team includes a diverse group of professionals with knowledge ranging from clinical medicine to social media strategies. EMS writers and editors directly support the CDC’s mission to protect our nation from health, safety and security threats.

EMS offers unparalleled editorial project and program management services. Combined with our adept writing and editing staff, editorial managers streamline workflows, increase adaptability, ensure consistency across multiple sub-projects, and incorporate diverse stakeholder needs.

Our current portfolio of projects includes nationally distributed, collaborative texts like the 6th Edition revision of Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories, internal safety manuals used at all CDC campus sites, detailed comparative analysis of international biosafety guidance documents, and a robust, centralized project communication pathway. EMS writers and editors work tirelessly to ensure that client requests are addressed promptly, communication between all team members is concise and clear, and deadlines are met.

We are proud to offer customizable, client-focused solutions to any project for federal, commercial, and academic clients.