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MAHA and Henry Ford Health System Announce 2021-22 Partnership

By Jason Reynolds, Director of Operations & Marketing, 08/19/21, 9:30PM EDT


August 19, 2021


The Michigan Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA) is proud to announce a partnership with Henry Ford Health System (HFHS), a leading health care and medical services provider in Metro Detroit. HFHS will be recognized as the ‘Exclusive Health Care Sponsor’ of MAHA, as well as a Presenting Sponsor of the MAHA Tier I State Tournament, for the 2021-22 season.

“This new partnership with Henry Ford Health System brings tremendous value to our organization,” said Jason Reynolds, MAHA Director of Operations and Marketing. “Every season includes a list of critical priorities, including player safety initiatives, concussion protocols, and overall health and wellness of our participants. HFHS brings best-in-class expertise and information on all of these topics, and we’re extremely proud to have its support in prioritizing all of these initiatives.”

The Henry Ford Health System is a comprehensive, integrated, non-profit health care organization in the Detroit-Metro area. In addition to its commitment to health and wellness, the Henry Ford Sports Performance Programs are designed to help athletes develop their skills, keep their competitive edge, and prevent injury. Programs include Sports Performance Training, Regeneration and Recovery, as well as Advanced Conditioning & Analysis. Click here to download a brochure on the Henry Ford Sports Performance Program.

Throughout the season, MAHA membership will have access to valuable content, provided by Henry Ford Health System, distributed through digital/social channels and the ‘MAHA Monthly’ newsletter. For more information on Henry Ford Health System, visit its website at