Walking and Talking – on the Radio

Friday, Sep 16, 2016

When it comes to health and wellness, Doylestown Health has you covered. Our many offerings of screenings, health education sessions and special workshops take place both at Doylestown Hospital and at locations throughout the community.

We want to spread the word about the importance of actively engaging in wellness and prevention efforts to stay healthy. Doylestown Health representatives were featured guests on a popular local radio show to share information about the benefits of walking and how to get the most out of our classes and screenings.

For the September 8th broadcast of the "Comment Please, By Univest" show on WNPV AM 1440, host Peggy Schmidt interviewed Sheila Fox, BS, LMT, HWC, MMP, CPT, Health and Wellness Coach for Doylestown Health and Beth Long, Communications/PR Coordinator in the Lansdale studio.

Peggy is executive director of the Partnership TMA (Transportation Management Association) of Montgomery County. This nonprofit organization works with local businesses, municipalities, school districts and other nonprofit organizations to reduce traffic congestion, increase access to work and educate about the environment and healthy lifestyles. At the beginning of the September 8th show, Peggy shared information about new programs that help keep the community moving, like a free bike share program.

Highlights of the broadcast

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