Worcester Wolves are delighted to announce their partnership with Spire South Bank Hospital in Worcester, having recently signed a sponsorship agreement to support the City’s professional basketball team.
The support from Spire South Bank Hospital means that the Wolves players will receive care and support from one of the hospital’s leading Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeons, Mr Nadim Aslam throughout the season, with the added benefits of University of Worcester Sports Therapy students in getting highly sought after learning opportunities.
The Worcester Wolves are based at University of Worcester Arena and currently play in the British Basketball League. Considered to be one of the most successful teams in the league, the support comes at an important time for the Wolves as they plan for the season ahead with the new look team.
The team have an established relationship with Spire South Bank Hospital, yet this is their first formal agreement between the two parties.
Hospital Director Simon Milner is excited at the partnership and said: “The Wolves have enjoyed tremendous success in recent years and are fast becoming one of the UK’s leading Basketball teams, we are delighted to be sponsors of a team involved in this exciting and upcoming sport. The team is a great asset to the city and we will continue to provide a high standard of care to players who need us.”
Mick Donovan, Managing Director for the Worcester Wolves, added: “We are absolutely thrilled to have the support of Spire South Bank Hospital and clearly there are significant and re-assuring benefits for the team. The opportunities that are being afforded to our students at the University clearly enhance their experiences on the Sports Therapy course and make this partnership even more worthwhile.