Florida Health Care Plans, a leader among regional health care organizations,
has earned the
First Coast Healthiest Companies Platinum Award for its commitment to worksite wellness. The honor was formally presented
at the 11th Annual First Coast Worksite Wellness Conference on May 8 at
the University of North Florida. The award came after exhaustive reviews
by the First Coast Worksite Wellness Council. Platinum award winners have
best in class wellness programs and have truly created a culture of health
and well-being throughout their organization.
“Our commitment to wellness is universal,” said Dr. Wendy Myers,
CEO of Florida Heath Care Plans and an innovator in wellness programs
and services in her own right. “Our dedicated staff works tirelessly
for the good health of our Members. It is gratifying to be recognized
for helping people enjoy better health,” she said.
Dr. Myers not only works with her medical and management team to provide
outstanding health care services to FHCP Members, but maintains a commitment
to the good health and well-being of more than 1,350 employees on her staff.
The First Coast Worksite Wellness Council provides companies with evidence-based
wellness strategies and comprehensive solutions for both start-up and
Florida Health Care Plans (FHCP) was founded in Volusia County in 1974
and today the organization serves almost 93,000 Members in Volusia, Flagler,
St. Johns, Brevard and Seminole counties. FHCP strives to be acknowledged
as a health care leader, pioneer and advocate for members, employees and
service partners. Its goal is to provide the very best health care delivered
by professionals who are dedicated to wellness and good health.