Strategic Partnership Announcement – Third River Medical

Fairway Health and Wellness and Third River Medical Announce Strategic Partnership

JUPITER, FL— February 24th, 2022—We are very pleased and fortunate to announce that Third River Medical has joined the Fairway Health & Wellness (FHW) team. With a vast network in the medical space including direct access to multiple fortune 500 companies, Dr. John L. Jefferies and David Barham will play a key role in advancing our offerings. Dr. Jefferies is an internationally recognized cardiologist who is a key opinion leader for over 20 pharmaceutical and device companies.  He has been recognized as one of America’s “Top Doctors”  and cardiologists since 2011 and is currently a Governor of the American College of Cardiology. His CV is attached for you review..

David Barhum has developed extensive connections over 30 years as a coach, business operator, real estate investor and consultant across the southeastern United States.  

Dr. Jefferies of Third River Medical said, “Third River Medical is excited to partner with the Fairway team. Our interests in empowering physicians to improve patient care and outcomes through new technologies and preventative medicine align with their mission and strategic partners. Together, with our expertise and experience we are positioned to make a difference”.

Robert Farrell, CEO of FHW said, “The addition of Third River Medical to our team brings with it a true leader and all-star in the medical space and very well respected and successful business leaders who collectively will help us in many areas moving forward. We’re excited to have this opportunity to collaborate with Dr. Jefferies, David Barham  and their team not only to gain access to their vast network, but more importantly to help us tailor and move all of our initiatives forward.

Our partnership with Third River Medical will help us to continue to work towards our ultimate goal of supporting providers in delivering high quality care to their respective patient base, preventing catastrophic health events and reducing healthcare costs over time.