Eight minutes might be enough time to unload a bag of groceries, load the dishwasher, fill your car’s gas tank or feed the dog, but is it really enough time to spend with your doctor? Yet this is average time most seniors are given during an office visit.
When you have a chronic disease, it’s simply not enough time to make a REAL difference.
Our new Center for Health & Wellbeing was created to help Arizona seniors bridge the gap. Learn more by watching our newest video!
HealthyU isn’t the only brand refresh we’ve been working on… Did you notice our newsletter has a beautiful new look? Check out the latest issue over at SunHealthSeniorLiving.com and learn about what’s new at our communities!
It’s here! The second edition of HealthyU, the Sun Health Senior Living newsletter, is out. (Click here if you missed February, the first issue showcasing our brand new look.)
Did you let staff know what you think of the new design? If you have a chance, stop by and let the front desk know…We hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
This issue has a full listing of Sun Health classes for the month, details about the upcoming grand opening celebration of the Center for Health & Wellbeing on March 19th, plus a quick intro to its staff! Click on the link and take a look.
Sun Health Center for Health & Wellbeing Names Director; Hires Dietician, Exercise Physiologist & Certified Diabetes Educator
Sun Health’s non-profit Center for Health & Wellbeing, which celebrates its grand opening on Wednesday, March 19, recently hired Nancy Webber, RN, MSN, to serve as director of its chronic disease and wellness programs. In addition, Tracy Garrett, RD, joins the staff as the Center’s dietitian; Rhonda Zonoozi, BS, CHWC, HFS as its exercise physiologist and health coach; and Deborah Burns, RN, MSN, CDE as its certified diabetes educator.
Tours, an interactive health fair, screenings, demonstrations, healthy snacks and special presentations featuring aging expert Dr. Roger Landry, author of Live Long, Die Short
Sun Health takes a giant step forward in its mission of championing healthy living with the grand opening of the Center for Health & Wellbeing. Its newest community health program, the Center for Health & Wellbeing is a nonprofit resource offering education and support for those who have been diagnosed with chronic heart and lung conditions, diabetes and pre-diabetes or memory impairment.
GRAND OPENING EVENT INFORMATION
- TIME: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
- DATE: Wednesday, March 19
- PLACE: 14719 W. Grand Ave., which is across the street from Banner Del E. Webb Medical Center, and adjacent to Sun Health’s corporate headquarters and The Colonnade, one of Sun Health’s three independent living communities.
Sun Health Foundation has named Renee Brida as its vice president of planned giving. Brida brings more than 13 years of experience in estate planning and development to the position.
“The importance of planned giving to Sun Health’s future cannot be overstated,” said Penny Cowden, Sun Health Foundation’s vice president and chief development officer. “Renee brings a proven track record in this area, and we’re delighted she’s joining the team.”
Most recently, Brida was owner of the Law Office of S. Renee Brida in Fayetteville, Ark. Estate planning, probate and charitable organizations were three major areas of emphasis within her practice. Continue reading
We are proud to have an article covering progress at the La Loma Village construction in West Vally View yesterday. Click this link or on the image below to read it (free registration is required), then jump over to our La Loma page to see the full photo gallery!
Sun Health’s nationally recognized Care Transitions program continues to grow to meet the needs of West Valley patients. The nonprofit program proudly announces the hiring of Licensed Practical Nurse Melissa A. Waller of Peoria.
Waller brings 21 years of well-rounded nursing experience to Care Transitions, a program designed to help patients navigate through the difficult and sometimes daunting experience of living with a chronic illness.
Most recently, Waller served for more than six years as a clinical office coordinator and field LPN for Hospice of the Valley. Continue reading
If you live or work in Surprise, Arizona, you might be interested in the upcoming “State of the City” address given by Surprise Mayor Sharon Wolcott on Thursday, February 27, 2014.
Held at The Colonnade as part of a Surprise Regional Chamber of Commerce breakfast, the event will kick off at 7 a.m with a continental breakfast, followed by Mayor Wolcott highlighting the City’s recent achievements and opportunities.
Space is limited; RSVPs are required and can be made online or by calling Mary Orta at the Surprise Regional Chamber of Commerce (623.583.0692).
Sun Health continues to grow and evolve to enhance our healthy living programs for the many communities we serve.
Specifically we are developing community resources that can enrich the health and wellbeing of area residents – both within our three Sun Health Senior Living communities (The Colonnade in Surprise, Grandview Terrace in Sun City West and La Loma Village in Litchfield Park) – and throughout the West Valley at large.
As part of Sun Health’s mission to champion healthy living, we are proud to offer our newest community health program: the Sun Health Center for Health & Wellbeing. Continue reading