Abound Credit Union has partnered with Baptist Health Hardin to improve community health and encourage overall wellness. The Virtually Well Series shares important physical and financial health tips via live events and on-demand videos each month, featuring physicians and advanced practice clinicians, dietitians and financial education professionals.
Working together, Abound Credit Union and Baptist Health Hardin are empowering the community to make sound financial decisions and improve their health. Recent financial wellness topics have included: Managing Everyday Expenses, 4 Easy Tips for Homebuying and Refinancing, and 5 Ways to Get Ahead Using Your Stimulus and Tax Return. All events are recorded and available to watch on-demand via Abound’s YouTube channel.
“Financial health is an important part of overall wellness. We’re excited about partnering with Baptist Health Hardin to share our knowledge and easy to follow financial tips with the community,” says Ray Springsteen, President/CEO of Abound Credit Union.
“The pandemic challenged Central Kentuckians in ways we never imagined, so Baptist Health Hardin wants to safely share health information to help residents take even better care of themselves and their families,” says Tracee Troutt, VP and Chief Development Officer, Baptist Health Hardin. “With Abound’s partnership, we can reach a wider audience and include both the physical and financial information Kentuckians need for a healthier, less-stressful future.”
Upcoming Virtually Well Series health topics will include:
- Sun Safety: Skin Cancer Prevention (April)
- Stroke Awareness (May)
- Back-to-School Family Health (July)
- Mental Well-Being (August)
- Know Your Numbers: What’s Your Cholesterol Count? (September)
- Smoking Cessation: Low-Dose CT Scan (November)