New Health Partnership Will Benefit Employees

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Decatur- Consociate Danzig and Decatur Memorial Hospital Corporate Health have paired up to offer a new program to area businesses and its employees.

The Community Health and Wellness program isn’t just for Consociate Danzig and DMH Corporate Health Customers.  It’s for any business looking to offer this health benefit to its employees.  It’s a blood screening which would cost a normal person hundreds, but it’s offered at a discount and can discover things like liver disease or diabetes.

On Tuesday March 22nd, the partnership is holding an information session at Richland Community College at 7AM.  It’s at the Sequestration building.

If you’d like more information you can call Consociate Danzig at 217-451-9101 Or DMH Corporate Health at 217-423-3100

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