Boston City FC has partnered with Cambridge Health Alliance to provide sports medicine for the club’s players during the 2018 National Premier Soccer League season.
Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) is a vibrant, innovative health system dedicated to providing essential services to all members of the community. With more than 140,000 patients in Cambridge, Somerville, and Boston’s Metro North region, CHA is a local provider of choice for primary care, specialty care, emergency services, hospital care, maternity care and behavioral health.
“The welfare of our players is obviously of prime importance to Boston City, so we are delighted to partner with CHA to provide the best treatment available,” said the club’s managing director Craig Tornberg. “We are pleased to have another brand that is strong in our local community with a first-class reputation believe in our project and supports Boston City’s vision.”
Nick Wilson, CHA Clinical Team Leader, Sports Medicine Manager, said: “It is very exciting to partner with a club like Boston City FC, supporting world class athletes and the growth of soccer in our communities.”
CHA will work with Boston City FC’s certified Athletic Trainer Alexandra Blenis in being the first line in the diagnosis of any athletic injuries. Blenis will manage the process of players receiving care from Cambridge Health Alliance and will continue to liaise with Fitzgerald Physical Therapy Associates, as part of a multi-year partnership as the club’s preferred physical therapy provider.
CHA, along with Fitzgerald and Blenis will provide top level solutions to injury prevention and treatment and rehabilitation services to the Boston city FC players.
Local businesses interested in partnering with Boston City FC to enjoy similar benefits should write to Contact@BostonCityFC.com or call 617-513-0202.