February 17, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health News
Cleveland, Ohio – Whole Health Management (WHM), a leading operator of on-site health clinics and wellness centers for large self-insured corporations, grew revenues by nearly 20 percent, added two new clients and opened 21 new facilities in 2006, making the year WHM’s most successful in its more than 25 years of operations. WHM also added several key executives to strengthen its senior management team.

“In 2006, Whole Health Management greatly expanded its performance and service options,” said Jim Hummer, founder and CEO of Whole Health Management. “We have built a solid foundation for our on-site clinic service model that has allowed us to lead the industry, rather than be lead by it. With this solid foundation in place and a growing list of outstanding clients, we look forward to a healthy year in both services and performance for ourselves and our clients.”

New Facilities and Services
In 2006, WHM opened seven new clinics, a fitness center, and 13 wellness centers for clients including Qualcomm and Manatee County. WHM also expanded the Health and Wellness sites at Harrah’s Entertainment locations in Lake Tahoe, New Orleans, and Showboat Atlantic City. Whole Health also expanded locations for Florida Power and Light, Ford Motor Company and Capital One.

2007 is already showing signs of a successful year and significant growth exceeding 2006. WHM has signed contracts with five new clients to operate six new clinics in 2007, including Manatee County in Southern Florida and Scholastic, Inc., among others.

In addition, WHM launched their Health Risk and Disease Management (HRDM) program, designed to proactively identify and manage health risks and to manage chronic disease conditions for patients. The company unveiled the program at several of its clients’ operations in January 2007.

Internal Growth
Whole Health welcomed two new members to its senior management team, including Chuck Siemon, chief information officer and Janet Kelly, director of disease management.

In addition, Whole Health hired 92 new associates to support clinics services and provide clients with high quality, efficient and accessible care.

As part of the substantial growth in 2006, WHM relocated its corporate offices to downtown Cleveland. The relocation moved all 51 Cleveland-based professionals into 20,000 square feet of Class A office space, located at One Cleveland Center, 1375 East 9th Street.

About Whole Health Management
Whole Health Management is one of the largest operators of on-site corporate health and wellness centers in the United States. Since 1981, Whole Health has provided integrated occupational health, urgent, preventative and primary care, physical therapy, employee assistance counseling, wellness and fitness services. Whole Health clinics offer exceptional savings to corporations through increased productivity, reduced employee downtime and pharmacy costs, as well as lower operating costs. Whole Health currently serves more than 300,000 employees, and in some cases, spouses and dependents, at nearly 70 sites including many large corporations and Fortune 500 companies. For more information about Whole Health, visit www.wholehealthnet.com