Baseball Ontario is pleased to announce a partnership with LifeMark Health Centric Health.

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Baseball Ontario is pleased to announce a partnership with LifeMark Health Centric Health.

LifeMark Health Centric Health is a Canadian owned and operated health care services company that consists of more than 120 clinics from coast to coast with 43 in Ontario and more than 2,000 dedicated employees and consultants. Since its inception in November of 1998, the company has been focused on bringing together the top medical and rehabilitation practitioners to deliver the highest-quality health care to their patients.

LifeMark Centric Health will be recognized as Baseball Ontario’s Official Health Care Provider and will be a Gold Sponsor for 2015.

Highlights of the Agreement are as follows:

LifeMark Centric Health provided a medical practitioner to speak on “Concussions” at the 2015 Best Ever Coaches Clinic and will do the same at the Level 4/5 Umpires Clinic in May.
LifeMark Centric Health will provide a 1 hour Webinar for all Baseball Ontario members on “Concussions” twice in April.
LifeMark Centric Health will designate 2 “Baseline Testing” Days in the month of April for Baseball Ontario members at participating LifeMark Centric Health clinics.
LifeMark Centric Health will partner with Baseball Ontario in the development and execution of “Baseball Ontario Concussion Awareness” Month in April.
LifeMark Centric Health to provide “Open Houses” during “Baseball Ontario Concussion Awareness” Month at participating LifeMark Centric Health clinics.
LifeMark Centric Health clinics locations and clinic director names and contact information will be provided in order that local associations may discuss initiatives and explore opportunities to partner in other activities.
Website: www.lifemark.ca

Over the next couple of weeks you will be receiving further information and details on “Baseball Ontario Concussion Awareness Month” in April, an initiative which we are excited about as we work toward increasing the awareness and management of concussions in baseball with coaches, parents, players, umpires and administrators.

Details will include information on the Webinars, Baseline Testing Days, Open Houses at clinics in near proximity to locals around the province and a media campaign including Social Media to enhance the knowledge of our membership and the general public on concussions.

As you receive this information, we would ask that it be passed down throughout your respective organizations to coaches, players, umpires and parents to ensure that we work together to minimize the incidence and impact of concussions.

Source: Baseball Ontario