As Northeast Ohio Medical University continues to grow and change, we are developing an inclusive campus with a focus on creating a culture of wellness not only for our internal community, but also for the surrounding communities our graduates will one day serve.
The exciting new facility that you’ve seen taking shape on the east side of the campus promises to be the cornerstone of our community wellness initiatives. Most of you know that we’ve been working with Integrated Wellness Partners and Signet to bring a state-of-the-art health, wellness and medical education center to our campus. This unique facility will offer a beautiful fitness environment that will be entwined with medically-integrated programming focusing on the multi-dimensional approach to the health and well-being of our community.
In August, Integrated Wellness Partners will be opening Sequoia Wellness within the NEOMED Education and Wellness Center (NEW Center). Sequoia Wellness is about a healthy way of living. At Sequoia Wellness you’ll find trained, licensed and experienced fitness, wellness and medical experts to help with a personalized plan of care for you – no matter what level of health or fitness you have now. The Center will offer medically-integrated programming, group exercise and aquatics programs, physician oversight, wellness education programs, nutrition services, cooking demonstrations, state-of-the-art fitness facilities and more.
Sequoia Wellness has now begun accepting membership applications.
Membership representatives can be reached by calling 330.578.9030, emailing [email protected] or visiting the mobile membership office in front of the facility (cream building with green roof near S.R. 44) on Tuesday and Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. You can also keep apprised of updates on the Sequoia Wellness website and Facebook page.
I hope you will join me in becoming a member of Sequoia Wellness so that we may all take better control of our health and well-being.
Written by Mike Kerrigan
Community Relations and Special Initiatives Manager
Northeast Ohio Medical University
*Reprinted with permission from Northeast Ohio Medical University