Texas Health Resources gains Blue Zones Project Approval.
In 2016 Texas Wesleyan University officially became the first university in Fort Worth to become a Blue Zones Project Approved Worksite! Through this process, our faculty, staff and students made a commitment to putting best practices in place to improve their health and well-being.
The Fort Worth Blue Zones Project launched in early 2015. Texas Health Resources is a major sponsor of the program as the project aligns with Texas Health’s mission. As an employee of Southwestern Health Resources, we invite you to participate by taking your Personal Pledge below and adopting the Power 9 habits into your daily routine.
When Texas Health Resources decided to spread care throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area, Cambridge helped by developing specialized facilities on THR campuses in Dallas, Fort Worth, Plano, Southlake, Allen, Rockwall, Arlington and Bedford. Nearly one million square feet later, THR continues to find ways to engage with its nearly 7-million person community. Case in point: THR has.
In 2018, the City of Fort Worth achieved Blue Zones designation becoming the largest, most diverse Blue Zones community in the US. In 2019, Ricky joined the “Phase 2” team with Texas Health Resources as Director of Community Engagement (NTHC); to continue the great work of making the healthy choice the easy choice. He received his undergrad degree from the University of North Texas and a M.
The Wellness Grant and competition was held in partnership with North Texas Healthy Communities, the community outreach arm of Texas Health Resources that implements Blue Zones Project in Fort Worth. The post Fort Worth: 4 Blue Zones Project Schools Win Wellness Innovation Grants appeared first on Blue Zones.
Alter Ed Prog Euless, TX 76040 School Profile with School Boundaries Map. The school profile includes the school type, level, status, number of students, teachers and student-teacher ratio. Links to the school district, parents reviews, school test scors and enrollment characteristics from the National Center for Educational Statistics (NCES) are included.
Texas Health Resources and Blue Zones Project, Fort Worth celebrate as the regional health system becomes the nation's largest employer to become Blue Zones Project Approved.