Sports communication platform VNN, as well as several regional health practices, has launched sports medicine libraries to key markets in VNN’s network of more than 2,000 high school athletic department partners.
Custom sports medicine libraries aim to give parents, athletes, staff, and fans easy access to health information on their school’s official home online alongside game schedules, scores, photos, and articles.
At launch, the libraries will include information about injury prevention, workout plans, nutrition, and support systems, as defined by the health systems in each school’s local community, according to a media release from VNN.
Launch partners include Northside Hospital (Atlanta), Henry Community Health (Indianapolis), Southwest General Health Center (Cleveland), Premier Health System (Western Ohio), and Allegheny Health Network (Pittsburgh).
“The word community is right there in our name,” says Ricci Atchison, PR and marketing director at Henry Community Health, in the release. “Our team is committed to providing healthcare to area families and we constantly look for ways to share what we know to keep them healthy. It’s a great way of bringing our mission to life.”
“As our network of high school partners continues to expand, we’re reaching more parents, athletes, and fans in local communities than ever before,” states VNN Marketing Director Romy Glazer. “Our platforms are the online home for essential high school sports content, and these partnerships create the opportunity to have a major positive impact across the nation by helping active families understand key issues relating to their health with information from the providers who know them best.”
[Source(s): VNN, PR Newswire]