Patient Safety at Ohio State

During this time of public health concern, many appointments for health and fitness may take place via telehealth wherever possible and appropriate. You can also request a telehealth or video visit by contacting your provider. For all in-person visits, you can feel confident that our locations are safe. We've taken significant measures to minimize the risk of the spread of COVID-19 and ensure that our patients are protected. Learn more by visiting our patient safety page.

Take a proactive approach to your employee health and wellness

We provide a unique, turnkey worksite wellness program that drives results while allowing you to focus on what's important - your business.

With our community-wide health and wellness approach, we seek to not only transform the health of your company but the health of the surrounding community as well. Our program stands apart from the typical approaches to worksite wellness through five key attributes:
  1. Comprehensive program design and administration
  2. Physical presence in the community allowing for a personal approach
  3. Top local medical and wellness experts
  4. Extensive program offerings tailored to meet your needs
  5. Strategic long-term wellness planning
Implementing a comprehensive and effective worksite wellness program now will considerably decrease the human and economic burden of chronic diseases and improve your company's health and productivity for years to come.

For more information on our Worksite Wellness program, please email Kristin Ferguson or call her at 614-685-6343.

Health and Fitness Hours and Location

location

The Philip Heit Center for Healthy New Albany
150 W. Main Street
New Albany, OH 43054

Hours
Monday - Friday 5 am - 9 pm, closed from 12 pm - 1 pm for cleaning
Saturday and Sunday 7 am - 5 pm
Seniors and vulnerable populations only 1 pm - 2 pm daily

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