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October 2016

Anthem-Epoch, Inc. Secures a $5 Million Investment to Develop Epoch Men’s Health Clinics Nationwide

By: Epoch



Financing Strengthens Current Operations and Accelerates Company’s Growth


DALLAS, TX, October 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Anthem-Epoch, Inc., parent company of Epoch Health (www.epochmenshealth.com), a primary-care clinic focused specifically on comprehensive men’s health, has secured $5 million in new financing from Kayne NewRoad Ventures Fund II, L.P., a growth fund co-managed by Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors, L.P. and NewRoad Capital Partners, LLC.

Epoch Health currently has seven clinics staffed with physicians and mid-level providers located across Arkansas, Missouri, Arizona and Alaska delivering a convenient, male-friendly clinical environment with a ‘no-appointment necessary’ / walk-in dynamic. Nearly 70% of Epoch Health patients either do not have or rarely see a primary care physician. Moreover, studies show that unless a male seeks a physician for a chronic health issue before the age of 25, most men will not see a doctor again until over the age of 50. Epoch Health, however, has attracted the male patient population, who typically avoids proper medical and/or preventative care, with a highly accessible culture and ‘patient-first’ focus on men’s health. Thus far, the Epoch Health model has been a success its’ male patient population as well as the medical professional community, especially urology group practices. Kayne NewRoad Ventures is partnering with Epoch Health to expand their clinical model and impact more cities nationwide.

“We’re changing lives,” says Mike Whitfield, Founder and President of Epoch Health. “We have hundreds of stories of men walking in our door and our physician diagnosing an illness or a life-threatening disease that could have lead to serious harm, potentially death. We are passionate about not only saving men’s lives through proper diagnosis but also giving them the tools they need to engage in an active, healthy lifestyle. The Epoch Health business model centers on preventive care by educating men and their families about general wellness while matching their symptoms with appropriate medical treatments, education and lifestyle modifications that lead to a healthier, happier, improved quality of life. “This funding gives us the opportunity to take our brand of awareness, testing and treatment to more communities nationwide.”

Steve Brooks, Partner at Kayne NewRoad Ventures Fund II adds, “We are excited to partner with the Epoch Health management team and to have the opportunity to invest in a company that is making a positive impact on lives. We are confident that this partnership will create a real movement that introduces more men into the preventative healthcare system.”

About Epoch Health

Beginning in 2012, Epoch Health partnered with urologists to pioneer its’ comprehensive healthcare facilities within a convenient retail environment specifically designed and marketed toward men. Today, Epoch Health has grown to seven locations in Arkansas, Missouri, Arizona and Alaska while earning a national reputation as an industry leader in cutting edge, concierge, and comprehensive men’s primary healthcare. The Epoch Health business model centers on preventive care by educating men and their families about general wellness while matching their symptoms with appropriate medical treatments, regular screenings and lifestyle modifications that most often leads to a healthier, happier, improved quality of life.

About Kayne NewRoad Ventures Fund II, L.P.

Kayne NewRoad Ventures Fund II, L.P. is a joint venture between NewRoad Capital Partners, LLC and Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors, L.P. The Fund was formed to create and target demand-driven businesses with strong management teams in targeted market niches with operational expertise and capital to achieve outsized growth. The fund focuses on markets including retail, consumer packaged goods, supply chain and logistics, consumer healthcare, environmental and U.S. manufacturing. The fund is co-managed by Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors, L.P., and NewRoad Capital Partners, LLC.

Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors, L.P., founded in 1984, is a leading independent alternative investment management firm focused on niche investing in upstream oil and gas companies, energy infrastructure, specialized real estate, middle market credit, and growth private equity. Kayne Anderson manages over $23 billion in assets for institutional investors, family offices, high net worth and retail clients and employs over 300 professionals in eight offices across the United States.

NewRoad Capital Partners, LLC is a venture and growth equity firm focused on investing in technology-enabled businesses with an emphasis on retail, consumer packaged goods, supply chain, data, health and wellness, and U.S. manufacturing. NewRoad is based in Bentonville, Arkansas, the epicenter of retail, supply-chain, and logistics and is currently investing out of its second fund.

SOURCE: Epoch Health


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October 2016

Hypogonadism: Expert panel adopts nine resolutions

By: Epoch

Source: Urology Times

An international group of physician and scientific experts, including several urologists, recently approved nine resolutions that offer physicians and patients what they say is evidence-based clarity on the topic of male hypogonadism and its management.

"The medical and scientific communities are still largely unaware of the major negative impact of testosterone deficiency on general health. The media-driven focus on unproven risks has obscured the known health risks of untreated testosterone deficiency: obesity, reduced bone mineral density, and increased mortality,” panel member Abdulmaged Traish, MBA, PhD, of Boston University Medical Center, Boston said in a press release.

The nine resolutions, published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings (2016; 91:881-96), begin with defining testosterone deficiency (TD) as a “well-established, clinically significant medical condition that negatively affects male sexuality, reproduction, general health and quality of life.” The others include:

  • Symptoms and signs of TD occur as a result of low levels of testosterone and may benefit from treatment regardless of whether there is an identified underlying origin.
  • There is no scientific basis for any age-specific recommendations against the use of testosterone therapy in adult males.
  • The evidence does not support increased risks of cardiovascular events or prostate cancer with testosterone therapy.
  • The evidence supports a major research initiative to explore possible benefits of testosterone therapy for cardiometabolic disease, including diabetes.



October 2016

Ben Stiller goes public with his fight against prostate cancer

By: Epoch

Ben Stiller opened up for the first time about being diagnosed with prostate cancer at 48. He visited the Stern Show on Tuesday morning and told Howard how he and his doctor were able to detect and treat the disease. Come to any one of our Epoch Health locations to get tested today! 



July 2016

What Steps Can You Take to Prevent Cancer?

By: Epoch


June is Men's Health Month. Unfortunately, there are many cancers and diseases that men are at greater risk for than women. Sometimes men assume Family gardeningbecause of genetics that cancer is inevitable. While family history does play a role, there are definitely steps you can take to be more proactive about preventing cancer. Making some specific healthy lifestyle choices can affect your risk.

Overall, having a healthy and balanced diet will lower your risk for most cancers. Avoid too many fatty foods. One of the easiest steps is to increase the amounts of fruits and vegetables you eat. They are full of vitamins and nutrients, which are shown to decrease your cancer risk. Actually, specifically eating tomatoes and other red foods may lower your risk. Tomatoes, watermelon and other red foods get their vibrant red color from lycopene. Research has shown that men who consume these have a lower risk for prostate cancer. Cooking tomatoes can also make it easier for your body to absorb lycopene.

Try eating more fish. Omega-3, which is a type of fatty acid found in salmon, tuna and herring, can lower your risk.

Many changes will not only help lower your risk for prostate cancer but help you live a healthier life. Quitting smoking is an obvious step if you are a smoker. Incorporating exercise into your routine several days a week can also help. This can be as simple as taking a walk around your neighborhood.

Obesity also affects your cancer risk. If your body mass index (BMI) is 30 or higher, you have a greater chance of developing prostate cancer. Many of these tips will also help you shed a few pounds in the process.

If you would like to schedule a cancer screening or talk to a physician, call us today at 1-877-321-8452.



Swings for Screens

Teach. Test. Treat. The Swings for Screens Foundation provides free patient education and health screenings for men. We want to be at your next event.

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Kickoff to Men's Health

Epoch Men’s Health observes National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month each September by offering men a free and complete health screening.

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