Montana Vein and Surgical Clinics, started by Andrew Grace, MD, in 2007, have been growing and changing yearly. The projects began as two identity packages and grew to separate websites. Once those were up and running, the Vein clinic needed to make its' debut in the Gallatin Valley and begin to saturate the market before competition rolled into town. Saturation began with print ads in the local papers and specialty magazines. Staff also traveled to health fairs with brochures and display pieces about vein care and the booth promoting vein care benefits.


As the business grew, the office staff wanted to minimize confusion with patients, leading to the creation of a Patient Care Guide. This booklet was tabbed for each phase of the patient visits, surgery through aftercare. It also included a space in the back for notes and phone numbers and was placed in a pocket folder with enough room for any other paperwork the patient may accrue during their visits. In 2017, Dr. Grace merged Montana Vein Clinic and Surgical Clinic into one business. They moved into a fully customized office suite with new signage and a combined identity. They are now targeting new clients around Montana. 



Patient care guide

newspaper ads

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Merged logo & signage