• Empower Clinics (CBDT) has received mobile testing accreditation through the College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC Diagnostic Accreditation Program (DAP) 
  • The accreditation allows Empower to offer mobile testing solutions at any location a client desires
  • Chairman & CEO Steven McAuley sat down with Folake Ekwubiri to discuss the news
  • Empower is an integrated healthcare company that provides digital and telemedicine care
  • Empower Clinics Inc. (CBDT) opened trading at C$0.10 per share

Empower Clinics (CBDT) has received accreditation for its COVID-19 mobile testing solutions.

The accreditation was granted by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC Diagnostic Accreditation Program (DAP).

The mobile services accreditation allows Empower to offer mobile testing solutions at any location a client requires, including hotels, cruise ships, workplaces or conference venues.

Steven McAuley, Chairman and CEO of Empower Clinics sat down with Folake Ekwubiri to highlight the updates.

“With this newly certified mobile service, Empower Clinics is clearly the leader in offering the most convenient and fully certified COVID-19 testing solutions in and around the Port of Vancouver. Our significant effort and investment to achieve all the necessary accreditation is a reflection of our commitment to the highest possible quality and integrity on behalf of the travel industry. Cruise lines, tour companies and their guests should not be burdened with the liability of using unaccredited services.”

Empower is an integrated healthcare company that provides body and mind wellness for patients through its clinics, with digital and telemedicine care, a medical device company and world-class medical diagnostics laboratories. Empower is aggressively growing its clinical and digital presence across North America.

Empower Clinics Inc. (CBDT) opened trading at C$0.10 per share.

 

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