Kelsey-Seybold Clinic Waste Management Team Up for Health
Wellness Stations Offer Free, Convenient Health Screening in Tunnels
Houston (August 7, 2007) –Making the cut: Waste Management leadership, along with staff from Kelsey-Seybold Clinic, Kelsey Research Foundation and the Houston major league baseball team celebrate and officially open the new "Know Your Numbers" Wellness Station in the downtown tunnel system. In just five minutes—confidentially and at no charge—downtown workers can get blood pressure, body mass index (BMI) and other tests that reveal important numbers for staying healthy. Information is stored safely and securely online for convenient access and confidential tracking. Users may then log on to Life Clinic to print out their personal reports and share them with their physicians.
Pictured from left to right: Dr. Kerri Charles, Family Medicine, Kelsey-Seybold Clinic - Houston Center; Chris Sampson, Houston Astros' pitcher; Larry O'Donnell, President and COO, Waste Management; and Dr. Ben Hoffman, VP and Chief Medical Officer, Waste Management.
Dr. Ben Hoffman, VP and Chief Medical Officer, Waste Management; Larry O'Donnell, President and COO, Waste Management; Chris Sampson, Houston Astros' pitcher and Dr. Kerri Charles, Family Medicine, Kelsey-Seybold Clinic - Houston Center enjoy the festivities during the Aug. 7 ribbon-cutting ceremony of the new "Know Your Numbers" Wellness Station in the downtown tunnel system. Downtown workers and visitors now have convenient access to several free health screenings, including blood pressure, weight, body mass index (BMI) and pulse oxygen.
Houston Astros' pitcher Chris Sampson is the first to try out the new Wellness Station during a ribbon-cutting ceremony in the downtown tunnels. Waste Management, Kelsey-Seybold Clinic and the Kelsey Research Foundation collaborated to provide a free, convenient health screening kiosk to downtown workers. The station is located beneath First City Tower and is the first of several to be installed downtown.
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