Take care of your employees' wellness in association with RPS Hospitals
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A healthy team is often the cornerstone of a healthy organization. Today’s lifestyle and work culture has usually resulted in varying amounts of stress and health disorders in many.
Encouraging employee wellness is vital for cultivating a thriving organization. You could help your teams to enhance their phyical and mental wellness, which in turn could result in better productivity at work.
At RPS Hospitals, we understand the importance of fostering a culture of health within your organization. Let’s collaborate to tailor a wellness program that suits the unique needs of your employees. There’s no one-size-fits-all approach, and we’re here to help you design a customized solution.
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Health Screening & assesments
Conducting initial health screenings and assessments to identify individual health risks and needs
Promoting team-based activity through fitness challenges, yoga asanas, or onsite workout classes to promote and foster camaraderie among employees.
Providing information and resources on healthy eating habits, meal planning, and portion control.
Mental Health Support
Offering stress management workshops, and mindfulness training to support emotional well-being
Educating employees on proper workstation setup and ergonomic practices to prevent musculoskeletal issues.
Providing one-on-one coaching sessions to help employees set and achieve personal health goals
Offering programs and resources to support employees in quitting smoking or using tobacco products
Providing resources and support for managing chronic conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, or obesity
Liver Health Maintainance
Screening for Hepatitis, and encouraging lifestyle changes such as avoiding excessive alcohol consumption to promote liver health.
Cardiovascular Risk Assessment
Evaluating individual risk factors for heart disease, including blood pressure, cholesterol levels, and fasting glucose levels.