Equity Health Services Nominates Dr. Lyle Oberg to the Strategic Advisory Board

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CALGARY, February 15, 2021 –Equity Health Services is pleased to announce the nomination of Dr. Lyle Oberg to the Strategic Advisory Board.

A physician by profession, Dr. Oberg possesses extensive senior leadership, finance and corporate governance experience. He was first elected to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta in 1993. He was first appointed to the Alberta Cabinet in 1997 and served numerous posts. In May 1999, Dr. Oberg was appointed Minister of Learning and in 2006 he was named Minister of Finance and started AIMCO. Dr.Oberg left politics in 2008 with one of the largest surpluses in Alberta history.

Additionally, Dr. Oberg was a member of the Ernst and Young Expert Panel reviewing Alberta Health Services and their $21.9 billion annual budget and was recently appointed by Order in Council to the Physician Compensation Advisory Committee. Dr. Oberg is a director of Yorkville Asset Management, a Toronto based fund with over $3 billion in under management and serves in the Boards of several companies.

“Equity Health Services is building a premier management-advisory team to accelerate the company’s ambitious growth plans as well as value creation with the Company’s other business endeavours in Canada and internationally and we are honoured to have Lyle join our team. I look forward to his contribution and vast experience” states Art Agolli, Founder and CEO of Equity Health Services.


About Equity Health Services

Equity Health Services provides strategic and operational healthcare solutions for governments, Indigenous communities, and a diverse range of private sector industries including oil and gas, manufacturing, construction, hospitality, and mining. Our customized, innovative offerings range from diagnostic solutions to the delivery of mobile health services in remote, challenging, or under-resourced locations. www.equityhealthservices.com



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