Bryan, TX, November 19, 2018 —CHI St. Joseph Health has been named the official home town healthcare provider of Texas A&M athletics, through an exclusive partnership. This sponsorship guarantees St. Joseph Health will be the only acute, non-acute, urgent and emergent healthcare provider servicing the Brazos Valley to sponsor Texas A&M Athletics. St. Joseph Health also became the athletic training provider for the Corps of Cadets and the Dance Science program at Texas A&M University. From a branding perspective, the sponsorship allows St. Joseph Health the ability to use a co-branded logo with Texas A&M University on merchandise, and grants the health system access to premium marketing opportunities related to 12thman.com, 12thmanlive.com, football, baseball, softball, men’s basketball and women’s basketball. “This partnership is a commitment, as well as a reinforcement of our reputation as the region’s leading healthcare provider,” said St. Joseph Health Market President & CEO Theron Park. “We are excited to see what the future holds as we continue to grow our relationship with Texas A&M University and improve the health of Bryan-College Station. The athletic sponsorship comes on the heels of a strengthened healthcare partnership between St. Joseph Health and Texas A&M University Health Science Center, announced in April. Becoming the primary clinical partner for Texas A&M University in the Brazos Valley, St. Joseph Health and the Health Science Center developed a co-branded primary care network supported by clinicians and faculty at Texas A&M College of Medicine and physicians and clinicians at St. Joseph Health. About St. Joseph Health: As the official healthcare provider for Texas A&M Athletics and the primary clinical partner for Texas A&M University Health Science Center, St. Joseph Health continues to elevate the quality and delivery of healthcare throughout the Brazos Valley. [For more information, please contact Director of Marketing and Public Relations Heather Bush at 979-774-2165 or [email protected].] ###
Publish date:Monday, November 19, 2018
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