Healthcare Video
Production Specialists

Dream Engine has extensive experience making video productions for companies in the health and medical industry.

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Our Healthcare Video Production Clients

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A Substantial
Healthcare Video

Dream Engine has over 18 years of experience in producing videos for organisations within the Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Sector.

We’ve produced an educational video for Dental Health Services Victoria, a web video for the Nursing and
Midwifery Health Program – and training videos for the Department of Health.

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An Empathic and
Sensitive Approach

Many health-related videos involve working with
people who have physical and mental health
challenges, patients undergoing treatment, and family members caring for them.

We bring a high level of experience and empathy to your project by ensuring that participants have a clear understanding of the process, how the content will be used, and are supported to feel comfortable in front of camera.

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Healthcare Video Production Work

Experiences of
Our Health and Medical
Video Clients

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Experiences of Our Financial Video Clients
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Ana-Maria Rivera

Strategic Communications Manager at Australian Dementia Network

“Dream Engine were wonderfully responsive and helped us achieve a wonderful and very professional result.”

Experiences of Our Financial Video Clients
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Steve Philpot

Intensivist, Cabrini Health

“We used Dream Engine to film some short videos for an educational program we developed. They were professional and at the same time fun to work with. The final product was absolutely perfect, and their follow-up has also been great. I would highly recommend their service.”

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Lisa Davidson

The College of Intensive Care Medicine

“When it came to production we knew exactly what was going to happen, and there were no surprises. It was a great process.”