BELLEVUE, Wash., Jan. 6, 2017 /CNW/ -- Turbine Truck Engines, Inc., a Nevada corporation (OTCQB:TTEG) ('the Company" or "TTE"), announces it has entered into a non-binding Letter of Intent, dated January 2, 2017, to acquire one hundred percent of the shares of Novo Healthnet Limited ("Novo"), a limited company incorporated under the laws of Ontario, Canada, in exchange for eighty-five percent of the equity in TTE. Novo, through its existing network of clinics and affiliates, is one of Canada's largest Ancillary Health Service providers of physiotherapy, occupational therapy, chiropractic medicine and massage therapy. Novo is represented nationally by a network of over 140 clinics staffed and administered by licensed health care professionals, as well as over 130 Long Term Care and Retirement Homes for which Novo provides rehabilitation services.
A closing of the contemplated transaction is preconditioned on the negotiation and execution of definitive binding agreements which will include customary closing conditions including the completion of due diligence by the parties.
Novo's long-term growth business model is centered on efficient whole health medicine through Integrative Healthcare. Novo has recently secured (1) a business partnership with a licensed producer and distributor of medical cannabis products; and (2) exclusive distribution rights to an on-line virtual physician access system. With over 300,000 patients in Canada, Novo Healthnet Limited is ideally positioned for patient on-site activation into progressive treatment solutions. The Integrative Healthcare model will allow patients seeking diagnosis, treatment and maintenance to experience the one center solution without compromising the traditional primary care physician platform.
Enzo Cirillo, TTE's Interim CEO and Board Chairman, states, "Novo's Integrative Healthcare platform model presents patients with an advanced physician access system that provides appropriate diagnostic outcomes leading to the controlled access to traditional as well as cannabinoid medication. The TTE Board of Directors recognizes the Novo solution as not only a Canadian solution but as a global answer to primary and ancillary Integrative Healthcare providing TTE with immediate revenue."
Amanda Dalcourt, Novo's CEO, states, "This acquisition marks a new and exciting chapter into the continued development of what Novo believes to be the ideal patient based solution to an ever changing primary and ancillary care model. The emphasis on innovative medicine with practical and efficient delivery is the only way that we as healthcare professionals can ensure that an aging and growing population can receive the healthcare that will maximize the opportunity for optimal quality of life." Amanda Dalcourt is a registered Physiotherapist, a member of the Ontario College of Physiotherapists, a former winner of the Northern Ontario Entrepreneur of the Year and a co-author of several books.
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