WELL changed names to accurately reflect its current business. As an active acquirer in the healthcare space, both WELL and Health imply a state of being free from illness and injury while adding Technologies to the end references the digital aspect of the company These words reinforce WELL’s mission statement which is to “to positively impact health outcomes by leveraging technology to empower and support patients and doctors.” The capitalization of WELL also connects the business to the company’s ticker symbol at the TSXV.
Canada Yoga Inc. goes public via an RTO (reverse take-over) of Movarie Capital and changes its name to Wellness Lifestyles with the ticker symbol (WELL)
The company closes a transaction with Gravitas Securities for $1.2 million
Wellness Lifestyles completes the acquisition of 6 primary care clinics and concurrently raises $4.5 million co-led by Gravitas Securities and Canaccord Genuity
Wellness Lifestyles is named as one of TSX Venture’s Top 50 for 2018
Wellness Lifestyles sells all assets not related to its medical business
Hamed Shahbazi is named Chairman and agrees to take on CEO position as of May 23rd. Alex Read agrees to take on COO position
Sir Li-Ka Shing leads an investment of over $7.5 million in Wellness Lifestyles
Wellness Lifestyles expands management team with the addition of Chris Ericksen, Eva Fong, and Makiko Deniz
Wellness Lifestyles announces a new name change and becomes WELL Health Technologies Corporation
New WELL logo unveiled
WELL’s logo was chosen to represent several aspects of the company. The brand’s dominant blue colour evokes trust, honesty, and a steady approach to business and security. Blue is also connected to tranquility and natural health. The high symmetry, the balance of the “W” and the circles indicate WELL’s subscription to a precision medicine model that focuses on individualized and effective treatment. The modernity of the design and its similarity to digital fonts imply the relationship that WELL has to technology. Together, these aspects give WELL an image associated with reliability in the two key components of our business.
WELL completes the acquisition of 13 clinics in the Lower Mainland making the WELL Medical Clinics Network the largest single chain of primary medical clinics in British Columbia
WELL Invests $200,000 in San Francisco based pioneering digital health company Circle Medical.
Circle Medical is a primary care provider that leverages artificial intelligence and technology to provide distance medicine, scale an improved patient experience, and lower the cost of traditional primary care models.
WELL completes the acquisition of NerdEMR
WELL completes the acquisition of OSCARprn
WELL Health closes the second tranche of its bought deal private placement offering of $10,500,000 of convertible debentures.
WELL completes the acquisition of KAI Innovations making it the largest OSCAR service provider and the third largest EMR in Canada.
WELL Health completes its upsized bought deal private placements of 10,350,000 special warrants equalling $15,007,500.
WELL forms the "WELL EMR Group"
The WELL EMR Group is a single-nationwide brand to consolidate all of WELL’s OSCAR assets, bringing an enhanced capacity for innovation, interoperability, and enterprise scale. At the same time, WELL also announces the launch of OSCAR McMaster Professional Edition, a collaboration with McMaster University’s Department of Family Medicine to create one, national, open-source EMR software.
WELL completes a 51% majority ownership acquisition of SleepWorks Medical, a company focused on the treatment of sleep disorders.
WELL Health completes the acquisition of OSCARwest, the first OSCAR Service provider in British Columbia. WELL has now acquired all three chartered OSCAR Service providers in the province.
WELL completes a 51% majority ownership acquisition of Spring Medical, an innovative, integrated health clinic based in Burnaby, BC.
WELL Health graduates from the TSX venture exchange to the TSX. An important milestone for the company, this graduation allows WELL to expand its shareholder base and trading liquidity. WELL continues to trade under the symbol TSX:WELL.