Announces Appointment of Kevin Bent to Board of Directors Announces Appointment of Kevin Bent to Board of Directors

2013 / 10 / 04 Announces Appointment of Kevin Bent to Board of Directors


October 4th , 2013 (VANCOUVER) is pleased to announce the appointment of Kevin Bent to the Board of Directors. Kevin was President and Publisher of Pacific Newspaper Group, a division of Postmedia Network, from 2006 to 2013. He oversaw daily operations of The Vancouver Sun and The Province (Vancouver) and the Times Colonist (Victoria).

“Kevin’s extensive media experience will be crucial as HealthChoicesFirst continues to move into online health platforms with our unique video content,” says Jackson Sayers, CEO, “Video is an excellent way for people to consume health and wellness content. We’ve had success with video content syndication partnerships with companies like AOL On, and as we continue to expand in these areas Kevin’s expertise will help us maximize these opportunities.”

"The digital age has completely transformed how people research and monitor their personal health and well-being," says Kevin Bent. "Within seconds, people can search and find credible and relevant videos created by accredited medical professionals.These videos are easy to understand and can provide the direction and guidance that the educated and well-informed consumer is looking for in today's environment." is a national health and wellness directory that connects consumers with providers such as physicians, dentists and physiotherapists based on their geographic location, and features over 1,500 solution-based videos and articles. With resources on topics such as diabetes, nutrition, fitness, prenatal and postnatal health, sexual health and sports injuries, is the largest provider of video content of its kind in North America. HealthChoicesFirst is backed by a number of qualified and experienced partners, and continues to expand its medical and corporate governance boards across the country.

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