Regardless of our approach, we must make decisions that align with our mission and our goal: Protect, improve and maintain the health and well-being of employees and families by creating a supportive culture that provides access to resources and services to motivate, encourage, and promote healthy lifestyles and foster resilience.
2018 Employee Well-Being Expo
This year, the Health Improvement Program team, which is part of Live Well/Work Well put on two Employee Health and Well-Being Expos, the first was held at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center on April 4th and was attended by over 600 employees. The exhibits were represented by more than 40 vendors; both internal departments and external companies. Dr. Joanne Conroy, CEO and President of Dartmouth-Hitchcock, who also attended the Expo, addressed the staff on the importance of well-being and self-care. Some of the workshops held during the expo included biometric screenings, meditation, art workshops, cooking presentations, fitness demos, herb gardens and many more.
The second "mini" Expo was held on April 14th at the D-H Heater Road Clinic and was also very well attended. Over 71 employees participated in art workshops, prize drawings and cooking presentations.
Employee art workshops
Among many of our programs, the Art Workshop is one of the more popular events held at Dartmouth-Hitchcock where employees can drop in throughout the hour and a half and create art. The workshop is offered monthly, but also available to departments upon request. Recently, clinical staff from Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s General Internal Medicine department participated in one of the workshop; and were able to de-stress and enjoy spending time being creative.
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