The Swedish Paralympic Committee and GHP have partnered giving para-athletes and students of the Elite Sports School access to medical care and rehabilitation of GHP's clinics.
The partnership gives athletes who go in Elite Sports School and the Swedish Paralympic candidates access to care on GHP's clinics in Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö.
“We are proud to be a part of Sweden's commitment to the Paralympics and giving help athletes perform at their absolute peak. Elite athletes put our knowledge to the test, in both medical and service excellence, contributing to our continued growth,” said Daniel Öhman, CEO of GHP.
The Swedish Paralympic Committee's goal is to help to develop and offer the best conditions possible for active managers, so that Sweden can be a successful sporting nation at the Paralympics. The ambition is to get become a top 10 nation at the Paralympic Games.
“GHP's strong network of clinics will strengthen and improve the ability of our medical function, but also help us to ensure high quality and accessible health care for our elite athletes in view of the Paralympics”, said Jan Lexell, Medical Director of the Swedish Paralympic Committee.