Helping Harvard students ace a different kind of exam
Harvard University partnered with HealthFitness in 2017 to manage its Malkin Athletic Center and Hemenway Gymnasium. All undergraduate students have free access to the two complexes. Combined with graduate students, faculty and staff, total memberships are in excess of 45,000. With over 400,000 annual visits, offerings include recreation, aquatics programs, group exercise, personal training, physical education and wellness programming.
Town of West Hartford confronts growing risk of loneliness in seniors
The Town of West Hartford’s Cornerstone Aquatics Center has been a fixture in the community for nearly 60 years. In 1991, the Aquatics Center had significant renovations adding an 11 lane competition pool, a large therapeutic pool and a small workout room. In 2017, the town partnered with HealthFitness to manage the day-to-day operations of the facility.
Engineering wellbeing solutions at MIT
The prevalence of mental health risks on MIT’s campus, and other university campuses, is a major risk factor students face. To address barriers students at higher risk for mental health issues were facing in getting physically active, the HealthFitness staff worked with Student Support Services to implement ENGINEERyourHEALTH PLUS, a three-year pilot program.
Tackling social determinants of health in a rural community
HealthFitness is in a unique position to provide innovative ways to address and positively influence social determinants of health. To do this, we customize our wellbeing solutions to meet the needs of participants where they need it most, and provide relevant programs to meet the needs of the community.
An inside look at Emory University’s wellbeing program
At HealthFitness, we work with the best and brightest organizations nationwide to improve health and wellbeing. Emory University—located in Atlanta—is top ranked among liberal arts colleges, graduate and professional schools and home to one of the world’s leading health care systems. Our partnership with Emory University supports employee health and wellbeing through the Healthy Emory program and the Blomeyer Health Fitness Center.
Michelin is moving the needle: How to engage the disengaged
One of Michelin’s six sustainable development priorities is to ensure the well-being and development of its workforce. As a result, the company makes a commitment to well-being and has partnered with HealthFitness to provide tools and solutions to help meet the needs of its workers and their families.