Herbal Health Clinics, the network of doctors established by Cannabiz Prescribing Healthcare Practitioner of the Year Dr James Stewart, has joined forces with Althea’s former operations and commercial manager, Heidi Donald, to launch a new Queensland-based network, One Health Clinics.

Donald, who spent two-and-a-half years at Althea before leaving in February, announced the “acquisition” of Herbal Health on LinkedIn.

“As we embark on this transformative chapter, we will be rebranding as One Health Clinics, a name that truly reflects our comprehensive approach to healthcare,” she wrote. “One Health Clinics is powered by Australia’s top cannabis clinicians, and we are dedicated to delivering the highest standard of care to our valued patients.”

On its website, Herbal Health said the business has “combined with One Health Clinics” to provide “one approach to one health”, and telling visitors to “stay tuned for new locations”.

Former Althea manager Heidi Donald

Details of the venture remain unclear. But One Health Clinics, of which Donald is chief executive, has already formed a partnership with health business Wholelife Pharmacy and Health Foods.

Cannabiz has contacted Stewart and Donald for comment.

Donald wrote: “Our expansion plans for One Health Clinics are centred around collaborating with clinics and doctors who share our unwavering commitment to patient well-being.

“Through this collective effort, we aim to elevate the standard of healthcare services offered in Australia and beyond.”

Steve has reported for a number of consumer and B2B titles over a journalism career spanning more than three decades. He is a regulator contributor to health journal, The Medical Republic, writing on...

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