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Lighten Up 4 Life summer challenge launches April 30

The Lighten Up 4 Life summer weight loss challenge starts on Monday, April 30; this free program is available to everyone visit www.lightenup4life.com/pardee. Participants are encouraged to sign up in teams of four, however individuals are allowed to participate but are not eligible for prizes. Each group or person decides the weight-loss approach that is best for them, whether it is a structured diet or a commitment to exercise. Lighten Up 4 Life provides resources including healthy diets, great recipes, cooking videos, free exercise tips and videos, and local walking, running and health events. Pardee Hospital, along with the Henderson County Chamber of Commerce, launched Lighten Up 4 Life in September 2009. Since its beginning, Lighten Up 4 Life has empowered thousands of people in Western North Carolina to lose more than 134,000 pounds. For more information on Lighten Up 4 Life contact Pardee representative, Jill Geis, at (828) 692-7754 or visit  www.lightenup4life.com/pardee.

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Mission Pardee Health Campus Fact Sheet

Looking on information about the Mission Pardee Health Campus? Click here to get all the current information.

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Pardee Hospital in partnership with Shred-it to offer free paper shredding and recycling event

In celebration of Earth Day, Pardee Hospital will partner with Shred-it to offer a free paper shredding and recycling event for the community on April 20, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Justice Street parking lot. “Pardee’s coordinated green initiatives has been a team effort here at the hospital. We’re proud that, along with Shred-It, we can offer this service free to our community leading up to Earth Day. If we can help make the environment that we all share healthier, we can also have a healthier community,” said Richard Prudhomme Director of Marketing and Communications. Shred-it will provide two trucks and Shred-it representatives will help with handling documents from the public. Suggested materials include human resources reports, accounting and information technology documents, sales and marketing information, research and development plans, executive level information, and any personal information that needs to be securely destroyed. After your sensitive material is collected, shredded and baled, all shredded materials are then recycled. All recycled paper contributes directly to the production of a wide assortment of paper products such as paper towels and paper plates. For every two security consoles filled with paper, one tree is saved through the recycling process.  

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Pardee Hospital in partnership with Shred-it is offering a free paper shredding and recycle event

In celebration of Earth Day, Pardee Hospital in partnership with Shred-it is offering a free paper shredding and recycle event for the community on April 20, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Justice Street parking lot. List of Items

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Micromanagement hinders joint venture

Jay Kirby, President and CEO of Pardee Hospital was featured in an guest editorial called Be Our Guest in the Times News. Below is the link you can read what Mr. Kirby had to say on behalf of Pardee Hospital. bit.ly/In2PQT

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