Prevea Health, a multi-specialty health care organization that recently expanded from Northeast Wisconsin to the Chippewa Valley region, is now offering corporate wellness and occupational health services in the Chippewa Valley. LeadWell, Prevea Health’s corporate wellness program, is now also being offered in the Chippewa Valley. It allows local employers to provide on-site fitness and medical programming, wellness education and/or health care services for their employees to help them make choices toward healthier, more balanced lifestyles. Prevea Health is also pleased to now offer Prevea WorkMed - occupational health care services – in Eau Claire and Chippewa Falls to provide care for work-related injuries and illnesses, disability evaluations, pre-placement physicals, drug testing, return-to-work evaluations and more.
Junior Achievement of Wisconsin, Inc, Northwest District has announced that Kevin Renley, vice president at Market & Johnson, has been appointed to the JA Board of Directors. Renley began working at Market & Johnson in May of 2001 and 10 years later became a partner in the firm. Now as Vice President at Market & Johnson, he works as a project principle on many of the company’s projects, especially those within the healthcare industry.
Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS) received the Wisconsin Hospital Association (WHA) 2016 Advocacy All-Star Award at the recent Association’s annual Advocacy Day in Madison. Therese Pandl, HSHS Eastern Wisconsin Division CEO, and Julie Manas, HSHS Western Wisconsin Division CEO, accepted the award before more than 1,000 hospital supporters participating in the day’s activities. The award is presented to one hospital or health care system each year that exemplifies dedication to grassroots advocacy.
HSHS Sacred Heart Hospital has recently earned renewed accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for a period of three years for the hospital’s comprehensive inpatient rehabilitation program and comprehensive stroke specialty program. This means that both programs continue to meet the highest industry standards possible – ensuring risk reduction, accountability and the best possible patient outcomes. Sacred Heart Hospital has maintained CARF accreditation for its inpatient rehabilitation program since 1980, and for its comprehensive stroke specialty program since 2010. Sacred Heart Hospital has the only CARF-accredited acute inpatient rehabilitation and comprehensive stroke specialty programs in western Wisconsin