TORONTO, ON, August 3, 2022 – Pathway Health Corp. (TSXV: PHC) (Frankfurt: KL1) (“Pathway” or the “Company“), an integrated healthcare company that provides products and services to patients suffering from chronic pain and related conditions, announced today that Mr. Michael Steele has resigned from the Board of Directors of the Company.
“Michael has been a highly valued and respected member of the Board. His dedication and guidance have been invaluable to the growth and progress of the Company. On behalf of Pathway, we thank him for his valuable input over his tenure on the Board and look forward to his continued contributions in assisting Pathway explore international opportunities,” said Ken Yoon, Chief Executive Officer of Pathway Health.
“It has been a privilege to serve on the Board of Pathway and be a part of its transformation from an idea to one of the innovative leaders in the management of chronic pain and related conditions. Pathway will continue to have my unwavering support and I remain a proud and engaged shareholder,” said Michael Steele.
Mr. Kenneth Howling, currently a director of Pathway’s Board, will step into the role of Chairman and Mr. Ken Yoon, Chief Executive Officer, will join the Audit Committee, pursuant to exemption provided for under Section 6.1.1(6) of National Instrument 52-110 – Audit Committees. Subject to the customary TSX Venture Exchange approval, Dr. Rakesh Jetly will join as a newly appointed independent member of the Board of Directors and will join the Compensation and Governance Committee as Chair.
“We are excited to welcome Dr. Jetly to our Board of Directors and look forward to leveraging his expertise and insights in mental health as we continue to expand the services offered to our patients.” said Ken Yoon, Chief Executive Officer of Pathway Health. Dr. Jetly, a retired Colonel, is the former Chief of Psychiatry for the Canadian Armed Forces. He has held a variety of prominent positions including as the mental health advisor to the Surgeon General, the inaugural Chair in Military Mental Health at the Institute for Mental Health Research and maintains an academic appointment at the University of Ottawa. His work centres around innovative treatment approaches that leverage the use of technology within mental health. Dr. Jetly obtained his Doctor of Medicine degree and completed his post-graduate training (Psychiatry) from the University of Toronto and underwent Flight Surgeon training with the Canadian Armed Forces in 1994. He is a renowned international lecturer, and his career achievements include being named a fellow of the Canadian Institute for Military and Veteran Health Research and the American Psychiatric Association.
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