Vancouver Canucks select WELL Health as medical provider
December 13, 2023
VANCOUVER – WELL Health Technologies Corp., a digital health company, and Canucks Sports & Entertainment have announced that the Vancouver Canucks have selected WELL as the teams Official Medical Services Provider.
WELL Health Medical & Longevity Centre, a part of the WELL Health Clinic Network, is one of over 150 outpatient medical clinics owned and operated by WELL. It is a premier, diagnostics-focused medical clinic specializing in advanced diagnostic imaging and molecular biomarker testing.
With cutting-edge technology and a team of expert physicians and radiologists, the Centre provides top-tier health assessments and treatments. Its focus is on delivering comprehensive care that supports not just the treatment of illness but the promotion of overall long-term health and wellness.
As the Official Medical Services Provider of the Vancouver Canucks, WELL is now an integrated part of the Canucks medical team providing leading-edge diagnostic imaging, sports cardiology and pain management services designed to enhance the overall health and performance of the players.
WELL Health Medical & Longevity Centre is also honoured to provide the WELL Longevity+ program to the Vancouver Canucks and Canucks Sports & Entertainment coaches, players, and management. The WELL Longevity+ Program goes beyond traditional medical services delivering the most advanced preventative care available to the Canucks organization, enhancing an existing culture of sustained wellness, and peak athletic performance, which leads to on-ice success.
WELL Longevity+ starts with precision diagnostic testing, including but not limited to comprehensive total body scans using MRI and CT diagnostic capabilities, and additional screens that analyze various aspects of an individual’s health including heart, metabolic, and gut microbiome health to neurocognitive function and cancer prevention.
Patients can also choose to engage in the Longevity+ Annual Healthcare Program which offers the opportunity for patients to collaborate with expert physicians and radiologists who specialize in age management, precision medicine, health span, and longevity.
“We are honoured to be an extension of the Vancouver Canucks medical team and to support the health and performance of the players, coaches and management,” stated Vince Danielsen, senior director of Preventative Health at WELL. “It is a privilege to team up with the Canucks and be aligned with an organization that gives so much to the health of our community.”
Recently, Canucks Sports & Entertainment announced the creation of a new and exclusive event level space situated between the home and visiting dressing rooms. The intimate club features an a la carte food and beverage line-up inspired by TopTable and Michelin-rated Elisa Restaurant in Vancouver’s Yaletown District.
Dedicated parking with a direct entrance to the exclusive space and access to the best seats in the house for every hockey game and concert at Rogers Arena will ensure this is something guests will find great value accessing.
WELL will be extending its health optimization efforts to WELL Health President’s Club, Premium Suite, and Club Seat Members, providing Canucks Premium Members with exclusive healthcare offers including WELL Longevity+. These benefits will focus on proactive health management, giving fans access to sophisticated screenings and the information they need to maintain and improve their health.
By prioritizing preventive care, WELL aims to enhance the long-term well-being and quality of life for fans, ensuring they have the resources to stay healthy and informed.
“We are so excited to announce that WELL will be our Official Medical Services Provider and the title sponsor of our new President’s Club,” stated Michael Doyle (pictured), president, Canucks Sports & Entertainment, Business Operations. “With an absolute focus on creating a premium hosting experience, the WELL Health President’s Club will be the most exclusive and unique hosting space in the city.”
Via the partnership, WELL healthcare providers, who are the backbone of the company’s healthcare ecosystem, will have the opportunity to enjoy games and concerts. “We have chosen to concentrate our B.C. physician benefits around live entertainment at Rogers Arena,” commented Vince Danielsen. “Care providers will now experience elite hockey and world class musical entertainment as a part of their WELL experience.”
The partnership between WELL and the Canucks illustrates the powerful connection between elite sports and advanced healthcare. It ensures that the players receive personalized medical care, while also granting fans and the community unparalleled access to preventative health services. This collaborative effort marks a significant step on the path to optimal health and well-being for both the team and its supporters.
About WELL Health Technologies Corp.
WELL’s mission is to tech-enable healthcare providers. We do this by developing the best technologies, services, and support available, which ensures healthcare providers are empowered to positively impact patient outcomes. WELL’s comprehensive healthcare and digital platform includes extensive front and back-office management software applications that help physicians run and secure their practices. WELL’s solutions enable more than 33,000 healthcare providers between the US and Canada and power the largest owned and operated healthcare ecosystem in Canada with more than 150 clinics supporting primary care, specialized care, and diagnostic services. In the United States WELL’s solutions are focused on specialized markets such as the gastrointestinal market, women’s health, primary care, mental health, revenue cycle management, and practitioner recruiting. To learn more about the Company, please visit www.well.company.
About Canucks Sports & Entertainment
Canucks Sports & Entertainment (CSE) is Western Canada’s sports & entertainment leader providing world class entertainment in multiple venues in British Columbia. CSE owns and operates the Vancouver Canucks of the National Hockey League, the Abbotsford Canucks of the American Hockey League, the Vancouver Warriors of the National Lacrosse League, the Vancouver Titans of the Overwatch League, the Seattle Surge of the Call of Duty League, and Rogers Arena.