Elite Sports medicine is a new nonprofit organization that will focus on medical innovation and education.
The group was founded by Dr. Steven Zweig, who served as chief medical officer of the New York Knicks and New York Jets before joining the Elite Sports medical staff.
Dr. Zweige is currently the Chief Medical Officer at the Cleveland Clinic and a member of the President’s Council on the Mentored Future.
Elite Medicine is focused on health care and health outcomes in sports and other health care industries, focusing on the role of medicine in the health care industry.
The organization is dedicated to providing the health and wellness of athletes, fans, athletes and the communities they inhabit, through education, training and research.
“We’re honored to join the Elite Medicine team, which has been at the forefront of the medical innovation movement for decades,” said Dr. Robert Brulle, Chairman and CEO of Elite Sports.
“This partnership will help us create a better future for our sport, the health of athletes and their communities, and the future of the UAB Health system.”
The company’s mission is to promote medical innovation, accelerate medical education, accelerate patient care, and strengthen the future health of the health industry.
“Elite Medicine is dedicated at the root to helping players, fans and the healthcare community understand the true value of medical research, health and fitness, and advancing medical education in the sport of Ultimate, and in our community,” said Zweigl.
“Together we can all benefit from better healthcare and wellness for everyone.”
Elite Sports has created the Elite Sport Medicine Alliance, a group of doctors and researchers who will collaborate to develop the foundation’s curriculum, research and education materials.
The Alliance will include elite medical students, medical educators, health care professionals, athletic trainers, and athletes, among others.
Elite Sports Medical is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, veteran’s status, pregnancy, or any other protected status under applicable law.
The association will include members from the medical profession, medical universities, medical schools, and medical centers.
The UAB Community Health Institute and UAB will collaborate in an effort to create the Elite Health Care Initiative, which will provide opportunities for the entire community to collaborate in the pursuit of health and wellbeing.
For more information, visit www.elitemedicine.com.
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