Kentucky Enforcers Announce Partnership With Mercy Health

October 13, 2016




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Kentucky Enforcers Announce Partnership With Mercy Health


Mercy Health Becomes Orthopaedics and Sportsmedicine Provider for Enforcers


COVINGTON, KY - October 2, 2016 - The Kentucky Enforcers (ABA) are excited to announce a partnership with Mercy Health, a premier healthcare provider in the Greater Cincinnati area.


Mercy Health will serve as the exclusive orthopaedics and sportsmedicine provider for the Enforcers' inaugural season in the American Basketball Association. Certified athletic trainers will be administered for each Enforcers home game at Cincinnati Christian University. In addition, players will have access to evaluation and treatment in the over 80 Mercy Health network locations throughout the tri-state.


"We are excited to partner with Mercy Health for our healthcare needs," said Josh Avery, Kentucky Enforcers General Manager. "The health of our players is of utmost importance, and with the superior care of Mercy Health, we know we are in good hands."


Mercy Health features a staff of 9,000 employees and is affiliated with more than 1,800 physicians who represent a wide array of medical and surgical specialties.


"We know that the Enforcers' organization had their choice of any of the area's orthopaedic providers and health care systems, and we are proud that they have chosen Mercy Health and Sports Medicine to care for their athletes. We look forward to offering their players the same state of the art services that we provide for the many recreational, high school, and professional athletes that we see throughout  Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky,” commented Dr. Marc Galloway, a Mercy Health Sports Medicine Physician and Head Team Physician for the Cincinnati Bengals”. 








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