Wellness & Personal Training
The Clarinda Regional Health Center has a corporate wellness program available for medium to large-sized businesses. This program utilizes the health and wellness expertise within the hospital to the benefit of the employees of a business.
The program is geared to identify and reduce health risks with the goal of a healthy pool of employees in mind. This comprehensive program includes initial lab work and health diagnostics of all employees enrolled in a business' healthcare plan. Individual results determine the level of individual coaching and follow-up care given. Our health experts are able to provide individualized fitness and nutritional advice and guidance. If larger health problems are found, we provide appropriate medical referral.
For more information about CRHC's Corporate Wellness program contact Wanda Isaacson at (712) 542-8299.
Personal Training Program
What can you expect from the personal training program?
- Periodic fitness assessments and evaluations
- Individualized exercise program
- Quality professional guidance and assistance
- Safe, balanced workouts with proper technique
- Motivation and accountability
- Combination of strength, cardiovascular, balance, and flexibility training
- Nutrition education
- Comfortable workout environment
Contact CRHC Personal Trainer Rachel Griffith, BS, CHES, CPT to get started today! Rachel is a graduate of Iowa State University with a Bachelor’s of Science (B.S.) degree in Kinesiology & Health Sciences with special emphasis in community health promotion. She is an experienced fitness instructor having worked with students and professionals of ISU prior to graduation. Professionally, Rachel has years of experience providing personal training and exercise instruction for individuals of all fitness levels. She is also a Certified Health Education Specialist through the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing. Rachel specializes is a wide array of personal training and fitness programming.
Personal Training appointments can be made with Rachel Griffith by calling the Rehabilitation Department at (712) 542-8224.