Achieving Improved Fitness and Health at Mayo Clinic


As Mayo Clinic employees, we are very fortunate to have a state-of-the-art fitness center on the Mayo Clinic Rochester campus. Called the Dan Abraham Healthy Living Center, it is supported by a generous gift from Dan Abraham, founder of SlimFast International and a leading advocate for the principles of healthy living. The belief is that employees who use the fitness center will achieve improved health and wellness which will in turn enhance the quality for care that is provided to our patients.

I invite you to listen to Lori Casey, a Pilates instructor at the Dan Abraham Healthy Living Center, as she talks about her job.

This post was written by Barbara Sorensen a communications consultant in Public Affairs.

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