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Cira appoints Sharon Anderson as Account Executive serving British Columbia Region

August 9, 2018   by SCM Insurance Services

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia August 8, 2018/insPRESS — Cira Health Solutions, a trusted national provider of independent medical assessments, is pleased to announce the appointment of Sharon Anderson as Account Executive for Cira’s BC-based clientele. Ms. Anderson will be based out of the Cira office in Vancouver.

Passionate about Cira’s commitment to delivering quality, cost-effective services, Ms. Anderson will continue to grow client relationships within the region and ensure clients have access to the essential medical expertise needed for informed decisions on their files. She will also provide clients with consultation and advice to minimize both cost and risk.

Ms. Anderson has 17 years of experience in customer relations and business development. Beginning her robust career as Director of an elite academy, she leverages a background in operations management, marketing, and business development that has taken her from Ontario to Vancouver. Her business development experience includes time in the hospitality, recreation, and medical industry. A dedication to health management and an extensive background in service and development, complement and enhance her role with Cira Health Solutions.

For more information, please contact:

Len Copp
Cira Health Solutions
T: 780.930.5190
Bikram Daulay
Senior Vice President, Business Development
Cira Health Solutions
T: 780.930.5321

About Cira Health Solutions

Cira Health Solutions has 30 years of experience helping corporations, government, life & health providers, insurers, law firms, and individuals independently assess and diagnose medical issues. As a trusted partner, we offer a national medical team that includes more than 2,000 accredited and experienced specialists in all medical disciplines. Our services are essential to making informed decisions, accessing the right medical expertise, and returning people to health and function.

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