A new agreement gives M Health Fairview University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital patients and their families free access to Wellbeats virtual exercise, nutrition, and mindfulness classes while the patients are undergoing inpatient or outpatient treatment at Masonic Children’s Hospital.
The partnership is designed to ease the stress of hospital stays on all members of the family including the patients, as long as their health allows. This gives families access to more than 800 on-demand, virtual wellness classes that can be streamed with an internet-connected computer or on an iPhone or Android device through the Wellbeats app or played on televisions in patients’ rooms.
Based in St. Louis Park, MN, Wellbeats is the premier provider of on-demand, virtual wellness content and programming for use in corporate wellbeing initiatives. With more than 800 exercise, nutrition, and mindfulness classes, challenges, and fitness assessments available anytime and anywhere, Wellbeats allows employers to support employees with wellness resources that fit their needs, lifestyle, and schedule. Wellbeats provides best-in-class content that appeals to people of all ages, interests, and fitness levels. Wellbeats content is easily accessible through apps for iOS, Android, Windows, and Apple TV; any modern Web browser, Chromecast, Airplay, and Roku. To learn more, visit www.wellbeats.com, Follow on LinkedIn or check out a sampling of the company’s fitness classes during a Facebook Live session.
About M Health Fairview University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital
M Health Fairview University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital provides a broad range of more than 55 pediatric programs and specialties from surgery, imaging, and neonatal and pediatric intensive care to cardiac and oncology services and blood and marrow and organ transplantation. Our clinical staff applies innovative approaches to creating medical breakthroughs based on their work with patients and on findings through research at the University of Minnesota. This has led to several firsts, including the first successful pediatric blood marrow transplant, infant heart transplant in Minnesota, and cochlear ear implant surgery for a child. Visit www.mhealthfairview.org to learn more.