At Good Shepherd, we focus on wellness and actively promote activities that encourage people to live a healthy lifestyle. Our wellness coordinator is certified in exercise physiology and provides wellness assessments for individuals, business employees and groups. Assessments are provided at Good Shepherd Medical Center as well as onsite for businesses and groups. Exercise and fitness classes are taught on a regular basis and our wellness coordinator is available to meet one-on-one. For additional information on the Wellness Program or wellness activities, contact Paula Hagel at email@example.com or 541-667-3400 ext. 3050.
Good Shepherd Medical Center is pleased to make available to patients, family, medical personnel and the public in general a fully functioning Health Information Center. The Center, which is free to the public, is located in the Good Shepherd Clinic wing. A library of resource materials is available for researching health, wellness, or disease topics. Internet access for on-line search of health and wellness topics is also available. The public is invited to browse, get acquainted, and use the Health Information Center to help increase their health and well-being. The Center is open weekdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Health information and wellness classes are run regularly at Good Shepherd. Most are without charge. For a current schedule of classes, visit the "Community Classes" page on this website or call 541-667-3509.
Good Shepherd has taken the lead in forming and providing ongoing support for the Greater Hermiston Wellness Coalition. The mission of the Coalition is to work together to help community members adopt proactive healthy lifestyle choices and healthful nutrition. Our motto is “Making Healthy Choices the Easy Choices.” The Coalition is made up of community partners including representatives from police, fire, schools, healthcare organizations, area businesses owners, community leaders and volunteers. Areas of focus include: Workplace Wellness, Senior Health Issues, Children’s Health, Hispanic Outreach and Safe Communities, a grant funded collaboration with the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) to work on traffic safety issues including bicycle, car seat, motorized wheelchairs, automobile, teen driver and pedestrian concerns. For additional information on the Coalition, contact Juli Gregory at firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-667-3506.
For more information, contact us at email@example.com or 541-667-3509.