Wondering what fabulous classes we are offering this month at the new Center for Health & Wellbeing? Wonder no more – just take a look. It’s no April Fool’s Day joke! (Click to view or download.)
Yesterday’s Grand Opening at the new Center For Health & Wellbeing was a rousing success, thanks to the warm welcome we received from the local community! Over 300 people attended the health fair, tours of the new center and inspiring presentations given by Dr. Roger Landry, author of Live Long, Die Short and staunch supporter of Sun Health.
It’s impossible not to be a fan of Landry’s book and mission, which is to dispel the myth that once we retire, the rest of our lives are spent in decline – but that instead, we can remain at high performance much longer. He references that research has proven that more than SEVENTY PERCENT of performance versus decline is based on our own lifestyle and choices.
“Want a more rewarding retirement and healthier aging? Then it’s critical to stay connected, active and fulfilled.”
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.
Will the train tracks along Grand Avenue be converted into a commuter rail project?
Read more on this story – and a quote from Sun Health CEO Ron Guziak – in this fantastic Christmas Day article by Arizona Republic’s Lesley Wright.
We were fortunate enough to be included in TWO stories this week on azcentral.com. Reporter Angela Gonzales wrote this heart-warming blog post the day before Christmas, after joining our Litchfield Park independent living community as part of a wonderful holiday caroling group. The lovely voices of the Dickens Carolers were greatly enjoyed by La Loma Village residents and staff alike.