The Town of Kernersville on Tuesday, June 7 will open its Employee Wellness Center, independently operated by Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist. The facility will allow town employees, dependents and retirees to receive high quality care and help them improve their health.
The center will also offer onsite occupational health services as an additional convenience for employees and cost savings for the town.
“Our town employees work hard to provide essential services to the residents and businesses in Kernersville,” said Mayor Dawn Morgan. “They provide so many critical needs, including police, fire, sanitation and other key public services. The Employee Wellness Center is an important addition to the benefits that the town provides to take care of our employees who work so hard to take care of the residents of our town.
“The past two years have provided a strong reminder that timely access to health care and choices in health care are important and we are excited to be innovative in the employee benefits that that town makes available.”
“The Town of Kernersville chose Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist because of their belief in a strong partnership and common goal to provide excellent wellness services to our employees while reducing health care costs for the town,” said Town Manager Curtis Swisher. “We are excited to get the wellness center open and serving our employees and we look forward to the many great benefits it will provide to our employees, now and in the future.”
“Our team at Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist is delighted and honored to partner with the Town of Kernersville to meet the health and wellness needs of their employees and their families,” said Vice President of Enterprise Employer Services Danielle Lamphier. “We know that bringing health care access to the workplace lowers costs and improves health outcomes for the many tens of thousands of people we serve through our onsite clinics across the region.”