Solis Health, Florida Panthers team up to promote mental health awareness

by | Nov 5, 2021


Solis Health Plans announced on Friday a new three-year partnership with the National Hockey League’s (NHL) Florida Panthers.

In a press release, The 4-star, NCQA Accredited Florida Medicare Advantage company highlighted the new team up with the Panthers and FLA Live Arena which will include traditional assets, an in-ice logo, and community-focused assets as well as a content series for FloridaPanthers.com and #FlaPanthers social media channels to raise awareness about the importance of mental health.

The Panthers and Solis will officially kick off their collaboration when the duo hosts a “Senior Health Night” at the FLA Live Arena on November 6, 2021. Fans and community members can join the event for giveaways, resources on recognizing mental health, and more.

“We are excited to be involved with the Florida Panthers organization and to align our goals by providing mental health awareness, resources, and support for fans in the region,” said Solis CEO Daniel Hernandez. “As a lifelong hockey fan and a Florida Panthers fan since the team’s inception in 1993, this partnership is an important opportunity to put a spotlight on seniors’ physical and mental health.”

The professional ice hockey team, based in the Miami metropolitan area, has been a leading advocate in supporting the importance of mental health. Earlier this year, the team announced a partnership with HealthPersonas, an emotional wellness company that provides 1:1 emotional support through a daily companion app. Their partnership utilizes the emotional health app’s features — including unlimited coaching, 24/7 direct messaging support, and self-directed video and text content — enabling the HealthPersonas team of experts to support core members of the franchise by helping them identify and develop skills to navigate life’s ups and downs amidst the pandemic.

“We are thrilled to partner with local Doral-based Solis Health Plans as we share a commitment to our community,” said Panthers Chief Commercial Officer Shawn Thornton. “Throughout the partnership, Solis will provide fans with resources on senior care, acclaimed program options and more.”

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