Clinique GO™ is extremely proud to announce that it has decided to participate in the “Adopt a habitat fund” by the Fondation de la faune du Québec and as such has adopted the Bois du Fer-à-Cheval on the South Shore.
“We are very aware that because our professionals travel to the homes and workplaces of their patients, our operations leave an ecological footprint. That’s why we’re happy to announce this partnership with the Fondation de la faune du Québec. It’s a way for us to show we are a company that is environmentally and socially responsible,” said Francis Desjardins, President of Clinique GO™.
Through this partnership, Clinique GO™ is seeking to reduce its ecological footprint and clients will henceforth be able to take into account the company’s commitment to the environment as well as the quality of its services.
The Bois du Fer-à-Cheval is part of the Mont Saint-Bruno Forest Corridor located between Verchères and La Prairie on the South Shore. The site is home to a diverse and abundant wildlife as well as many endangered species.
“Our employees care about the health and well-being of the population, and that also includes our natural habitats. That’s why we want to protect the Bois du Fer-à-Cheval,” said Mr. Desjardins.
Since 1998, Clinique GO™ has been offering in-home and workplace health care services in Greater Montreal. Thanks to its qualified health care professionals, the company provides services in an assortment of disciplines.