Fountain Life Opens AI-Powered Diagnostic Center at Grandscape in Colony

Fountain Life Opens AI-Powered Diagnostic Center at Grandscape in Colony

Florida-based Fountain Life, a preventative health and longevity company committed to transforming global healthcare from reactive to proactive, opened its third precision diagnostic center at The Colony.

The new 14,000 square foot center opened to the public in November and is designed to help members live longer, healthier and more fulfilled lives by detecting diseases in their early stages, the company said.

[Photo: Fountain Life]

“The ability to detect disease early before it progresses leads to extraordinarily high survival rates and allows our members to enjoy a much better quality of life,” said Bill Kapp, MD, CEO and co- founder of Fountain Life, in a statement.

“We are proud to be able to serve a growing number of members. The Dallas center joins our Naples, FL site and our White Plains, NY center as a premier healthcare destination for people who want to be the CEO of their own health and experience the benefits of early detection. diseases.

The Grandscape location features innovative artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to collect and evaluate data that can help diagnose conditions such as cancer, heart disease and neurodegenerative diseases before they can cause harm , said Fountain Life.

The new facility offers precision diagnostic tests including executive blood panels, full body and brain MRI, CCTA heart scan and other assessments such as a blood test that can detect more than 50 cancers from stage 0 to 1, the company noted. .

[Photo: Fountain Life]

Fountain Life said advanced technologies can screen for structural abnormalities and other key indicators of developing disease, identifying many chronic diseases and life-threatening conditions that may be asymptomatic or have no genetic indicators, which makes them difficult to predict using standard medical tests. .

Early diagnosis can help members avoid or alleviate long-term problems that may require ongoing treatment and reduce longevity and quality of life, according to the company.

Fountain Life centers are open in Texas, Florida and New York, and the company has plans for several more locations in the United States and around the world in the coming years. The company said the expansion includes partnerships with property developers, hotel management companies, payers and other wellness-focused businesses.

Fountain Life said it brings together the world’s most renowned scientists and physicians to improve longevity and performance. The company said it does this by using state-of-the-art artificial intelligence (AI) to collect data and gain insights into the human body that had never been possible before. Its data-driven approach aims to detect diseases, including cancer, heart, metabolic and neurodegenerative diseases, early before they can cause harm.

“As a result, members of Fountain Life function at peak performance throughout their lives with the goal that they feel as healthy and vibrant at 100 as they did at 60,” the company said. in a press release, “

A spokesperson told Dallas Innovates that Fountain Life worked with Dallas-based commercial real estate advisory firm ESRP, which recently merged with Cresa, to help the health and longevity company open its location to the cutting-edge technology at Grandscape. Fountain Life leaders worked with ESRP leaders, including former Dallas Cowboy Darren Woodson, who brought the center to North Texas.

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