CALGARY, Canada — Philippine Consul General Julius Torres lauded Quality Sleep Care management and staff for expanding their business to Calgary that will translate job opportunities to the community, especially the health care providers.
“We are delighted that Quality Sleep Care has continued to expand,” Torres said in his inaugural message.
The firm, according to Torres, has been supporting various Filipino community events in the province specially backing the various Consular Outreach services.
The QSC opened on January 20, along 107-12 Avenue NW (formerly #1, 1217 Centre Street NW), Fr. Arjay Abanto blessed the new clinic.
The clinic has a center in Alberta, Canada and has been serving residents with sleeping disorders.
Quality Sleep Care has been providing sleep apnea solutions for all ages under the care of a team of registered polysomnographic technologists, respiratory therapists and doctors that includes the Sleep Assure Program, a cloud-based technology that continuously monitor patients via remote wireless modems.
QSC has two branches in Edmonton and will be opening clinics in British Columbia and Manitoba this year.
Kris Salumbides, QSC co-founder and marketing director said “We are passionate in helping others rediscover the power of sleep,” said Salumbides.
The center is co-owned by Christian Jacob, finance director, Jesse Tallon, operations director and Arvin Esponilla, sales director.
Among those who attended the event include, consul Pam Bailon, local Brazilian jiu jitsu champion Isla Diesmos, Filipino community event supporters from nearby towns, health professionals and health care providers. –Moses Billacura/Newsline.ph