From employee health screenings and health fairs to exercise classes and the Walking Challenge, Regional Medical Center employees are focusing on health and wellness. The second annual Walking Challenge included 805 participants on 69 teams. The walkers wore pedometers and logged steps from Monday, November 11 to Friday, December 13. Challenge participants walked 178,396,048 steps, which is equivalent to 89,198 miles! The winning team, the OB Show Steppers came in first with 7,989,787 steps, beating last year’s first place team total by more than 2 million steps.
2nd Annual Walking Challenge Gets Employees Moving2nd Annual Walking Challenge Gets Employees Moving
“Plenty of patients ask, but techs should not give information and should not even react to what they’re seeing on the image,” Edwards said. “They aren’t doctors, and while they do know how to get around your anatomy, they aren’t qualified to diagnose you.”
“You should see a speech therapist if every time you eat or drink something you start coughing. That’s your body’s way of saying your swallow isn’t working right.” -Johnna Johnson, speech therapist
After surviving cancer, David Scott rebuilt strength and confidence with Regional One Health’s Post-Rehab Wellness Program
When David Scott says his workouts in Regional One Health’s Post-Rehab Wellness Program are the most effective and intense he’s experienced, he’s worth listening to. David is a former college football player, a U.S. Navy veteran who oversaw base training, and a coach in football, baseball, basketball and volleyball before retiring from Whitehaven High [...]