Leadership based on family values

Many healthcare professionals know Milner-Fenwick’s reputation as a Leader in Patient Education...

Owned and operated by the Milner family, we bring together the education and creativity of a talented group...

Our staff includes producers, directors, writers, animation artists, and editors to produce the highest quality videos. Our products resonate with viewers and explain complex medical procedures and health conditions in simple terms and through real patients.

The Milner Family continues providing quality products...

As healthcare changes along with who delivers the message, our goal is to continue providing quality educational products that make the message about healthcare understandable, accurate, and empowering. The two divisions of Milner-Fenwick are still overseen by family members. The product development division is led by CEO, Richard Milner and the business division is led by President David Milner.

Oscar nominated producer and videographer...

 Freddie Award Winners: 1992

Having grown up in the industry under their father and founder Ervin Milner, an Oscar nominated producer and videographer, the two brothers followed closely in his footsteps. Richard Milner, with over 40 years of company involvement, holds a degree in Cinematography from Boston University and has led the production division of Milner-Fenwick for more than 30 years. David Milner worked alongside his father at a young age in roles of grip, production assistant and marketing manager. He learned the marketing and business side of the industry, having attended University of Maryland, and is well known in the health education arena for building strategic partnerships and client development. David has over 40 years in the business including over 30 years in leadership.

Milner-Fenwick, Inc. has always been a pioneer in health education videos.

The company strives to maintain the most relevant, updated and growing library adaptable to changing technologies and responsive to market drivers such as readmission penalties, Joint Commission guidelines, Accountable Care models and national health initiatives.