Health Promotions Program
Published November 27, 2018
The Health Promotions Program (formerly known as the Health and Wellness Center) is part of the 21st Medical Squadron, and is staffed with medical professionals who are dedicated to prevention education, evidence-based intervention and health enhancement. These "one-stop" shops for health, wellness, fitness, nutrition and related community outreach utilize programs to decrease health risks, enhance fitness and conditioning and increase human performance.
Our services are open to active duty, retirees, Reservists, military dependents and base-employed civilians and contractors. Certain programs are limited to medical beneficiaries. Our programs are open to those over the age of 18 with restricted area access or an escort.
We have a BodPod to assess body fat and a FitMate Pro for metabolic testing. The clinic gives individual or classroom-size instruction on healthy sleep tips, stress management, healthy eating and lifestyle management, to name a few. We also have a relaxation chair that visitors can use for a quick massage.
American College of Sports Medicine
Human Performance Resource Center
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Natural Medicine Comprehensive Database
Air Force Health Promotion Resources
Navy Health Promotion Resources
Navy Health Promotions Resources Army Health Promotion Resources
Health Finder for National Health Observances
Veteran Affairs Weight Management Program
President's Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition
The Community Guide to Health Promotions
(Current as of January 2020)