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GreeneStone Healthcare Corp. (GRST) Is “One To Watch”

GreeneStone Healthcare Corp. is focused on operating medical and healthcare clinics in Ontario, Canada, offering addiction treatment, colonoscopy, endoscopy, minor cosmetic procedures, and executive health assessment programs. The company adds overflow capacity to an increasingly stretched provincial healthcare system, and provides private alternatives to publicly underserviced healthcare needs.

Ontario's public healthcare cost has grown at a compounded 7.1% rate over the past 10 years, now accounting for approximately $77B in government spending compared to $39B in 2000. This cost explosion is similar for the country as a whole, growing at 7.4% over the same period. The need for practical change to the system is immediate as demand continues to rise.

Governments are increasingly looking to private alternatives to address the growing trade-off between costs vs. service in the public healthcare system. Private services are expanding beyond their traditional place as overflow capacity to relieve wait times. GreeneStone Healthcare is particularly well positioned with a first-mover advantage in mental healthcare - a highly underserviced niche.

The company currently offers its various medical services via three medical clinics. Future plans include establishing partnerships for accelerated growth as well as dual-listing on CNSX. With positive revenue growth and cash flow positive status recently achieved, GreeneStone is methodically extending its vertical expertise in the healthcare industry.

Key Investment Highlights

Acquisition Growth Strategy to Provide Access to Additional Territories

Considerable Service Portfolio Expansion Potential in the Near-Term

Investor Exposure to the Nascent Canadian Private Healthcare Market

Particular Niches of Healthcare Not Adequately Supplied by Public System

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