Health City Cayman Islands is bringing its services to former professional American football players in a partnership with NFL Alumni.
The nonprofit organization for retired NFL players, coaches, team staff and their families is marketing Health City Cayman Islands to its members as another option for medical care.
NFL Alumni representatives visited Health City Cayman Islands in June to tour the facility.
“We are pleased to partner with Health City Cayman Islands,” said the organization’s CEO Elvis Gooden in a press release. “We are constantly seeking the most advanced affordable health- and wellness-related offerings to benefit the quality of life of our members. Partnership with Health City Cayman Islands will provide our members with another excellent medical resource.”
NFL Alumni members would be able to benefit from the experience of Health City’s surgeons and medical staff as well as the latest technologies employed at the hospital. In addition to receiving concierge care, patients recover “in the secure and tranquil setting of Grand Cayman,” the organization said.
NFL Alumni helps retired players in their post-career lives by providing a network to connect with former teammates and coaches and through a package of medical, business and legal services.
As part of this offering, access to Health City’s medical services is now marketed to the approximately 5,000 NFL Alumni members, which include retired players, coaches, front office executives, spouses, and cheerleaders, as well as avid fans.
“We are delighted to join forces with NFL Alumni to provide world-class medical care to members and their families, just one hour away from the United States,” said Health City Cayman Islands Clinical Director Dr. Binoy Chattuparambil. “Our proven commitment to patient-centered care, quality outcomes, and transparent bundled pricing makes this a perfect partnership.”