Cork City FC are delighted to announce that the Bon Secours Hospital Cork have renewed their sponsorship of the club for the coming season.
The Bon Secours Hospital Cork will continue as Official Healthcare Partner to Cork City FC in 2021, with the Bon Secours Hospital logo displayed on the shorts of the club’s men’s first team.
The partnership will continue to provide the team with access to their superb facilities and resources, working closely alongside the club’s medical department to ensure the best medical advice and care is available to the squad, in particular offering access to Mr Declan Bowler as the club’s principal Sports Medicine Consultant.
Welcoming confirmation that the partnership has been renewed for the coming season, Harry Canning, CEO of the Bon Secours Hospital Cork, said: “We are very pleased to once again partner with Cork City FC for the upcoming season.
There is a very strong working relationship between the Bon Secours Sports Medicine department and the club’s medical department, so we are pleased to continue that.”
Éanna Buckley, Operations Manager of Cork City FC said: “I would like to thank Harry Canning, Bon Secours Hospital Cork for his ongoing support. We have been working closely with them for a number of years now, and their ongoing
support is of great importance to the club. In these uncertain times, the importance of having the unwavering support of key partners such as the Bon Secours Hospital Cork cannot be underestimated.
I know how highly valued this partnership is by our medical and coaching staff, so we are all very pleased with this news.”
Bon Secours Hospital Cork is Ireland’s largest private hospital, and it is also one of the largest private hospitals in Europe. The hospital, on College Road, was established in 1915 and employs 1,250 staff to treat in excess of 35,000 patients per annum across an extensive range of surgical and medical specialities for adults and children.