Health, Wellness And Safety Fair At Buzzi Unicem USA-Chattanooga Plant Sept. 19

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Buzzi Unicem USA – Chattanooga Plant, also known as Signal Mountain Cement Company will host its 2nd Annual Health, Wellness and Safety Fair from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 19 at 1201 Suck Creek Road in Chattanooga.

"The goal of this event is to connect with our employees and their spouses to promote a healthy community by providing a means of awareness of the services that are available to assist them in their daily lives. There will be physicals and other medical tests available to the employees and spouses free of charge. Last year’s health fair helped to save a life through the early detection of prostate cancer in one of the employees," officials said.

There will be over 41 participants, including Buzzi Unicem USA’s HR and Benefit Team, local health professionals, fitness experts and representatives from the Hamilton County Health Department, among others at the fair, who will offer free giveaways, important health-related information, services and food sampling, as well as one-on-one consultations. 

Participating vendors:

Advanced Center for Sleep Disorders 
American Family Center (AFC)
Apple Medical  Centers 
Arcpoint Labs
Audiology Services 
Center for Sports Medicine
Chattanooga Fire Protection, Inc.
Chattanooga Functional Medicine  
Chattanooga Medical Research, LLC
CHI Breathe Easy Mobile Lung CT Coach
CHI Memorial  Workplace Health
CHI Memorial Breast Cancer 
CHI Memorial Melanoma Program
Covenant Allergy & Asthma Care  
Earth Fare   Gunbarrel Rd
Eye Care Associates
Family Practice & Screening Center
Food City Signal Mountain Rd  
Fresh Market    Gunbarrel Rd
Galen Medical Digestive Health
Gentle Foot Care
GNC North Market  
Gold's Gym
Hamilton County Health Depart.
Highmark Blue Shield 
Home Instead Senior Care
Integrated Behavioral Health (IBH)
Massage Envy   
Norspring Cryotherapy 
Nutrition World
Red Wing Shoes 
Sam's Club
Skin Cancer & Cosmetic Dermatology Center
Standifer Orthodontics
The Main Squeeze Juice Bar
Total Health Chiropractor Hixson  
United Steele Workers 401(k)
VSP Vision Care 
Walmart Signal Mountain Rd
Wells Fargo 401(k)
YMCA Downtown

Contact Sandy Watkins, HR and Health Fair coordinator, at 423-886-0857 for more information.



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