Bringing Employee Wellness Full Circle
Huntsville Hospital’s Corporate Wellness Department enables employers to take an active role in keeping employees healthy, productive and on the job, while controlling their health care dollars. From assessment to developing a customized plan, we provide complete wellness program management, as well as offer a full “menu” of services to the business community. We will meet with you to develop a personalized wellness program that meets the unique needs of your company. As your program continues, we provide a trend analysis that allows you to review the success of the program and identify needed changes. Employees receive confidential reports based on their screening. Employers receive a corporate summary, with no employee identifying information. Call us at 256-265-0068 or email us today to discuss your wellness needs.
“For the last 12 years, we have worked exclusively with the Huntsville Hospital Corporate Wellness team for our on-site employee health screenings. Their staff are organized, professional, efficient and extremely skilled at providing screenings. Our employees look forward to seeing them each year.”
Teledyne Brown Engineering
“We have enjoyed working with HH Corporate Wellness so much. They have been extremely helpful in helping us set up our wellness screening and coaching sessions. It has really made a difference in how our employees view their health, and I think it is largely attributed to the staff at HH Corporate Wellness.”
INSIDE A SPACIOUS exercise studio in Falls Church, Virginia, instructor Susan Lowery leads eight students through a series of yoga moves, like Downward-Facing Dog and the Tree Pose. But Lowery isn’t a yogi, and this isn’t a typical yoga class, where students execute their moves on mats. Instead, Lowery, 47, and the students inside Monarca […]
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