Dr Marie-Hélène Favreau has joined HALEO as Medical Director

February 15, 2021

Dr Marie-Hélène Favreau has joined HALEO as Medical Director, in addition to her previously announced role as a member of HALEO’s Business Advisory Board. She will lead the medical team and play a key role in the strategic development of the clinic.

Marie-Hélène is a practicing family physician with over 20years of workplace mental health and disability management experience at Bell, where she was Director, Mental Health and Disability Management, and at Pratt & Whitney Canada, where she held HR executive positions including Director of Medical Services. She completed her medical studies at the University of Montreal, and holds an MBA from HEC Montreal.

In her new role, Marie-Hélène will lead HALEO’s ClinicalAdvisory Board, oversee the development of new medical services in the clinic as well as support business development relationships with vendors, partners and clients.  

 A key driver of Marie-Hélène’s decision to join HALEO is its mission to make high-quality care for sleep disorders accessible: “I have seen first-hand the high prevalence of sleep disorders in the general population and its impact in the workplace. I am extremely impressed with the clinical team and the protocols developed by HALEO, and am truly excited to be a part of bringing highly effective, clinically proven solutions to market that fill a gap in the current health and wellness offerings for employers”.

 Bradley Smith, HALEO’s CEO, is thrilled to see Marie-Hélène join the cause.  “We’re delighted to haveMarie-Hélène join our leadership team. We’re all looking forward to working with her to enhance our clinical services and to provide Canadians with the best solutions to get back to better sleep”

 

For more informations: Julien Heon, Vice-President, HALEO, julien.heon@haleo.ca

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