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Regular physical activity is important for both mental and physical health. Find ways to fit movement into your day by taking walks, going for runs or looking up exercise videos online to complete in your home.

Remember, if you take your exercise outside to maintain six feet of social distance and to check with your healthcare provider if you have any physical health concerns. Learn more about the importance of exercise from Mental Health America: bit.ly/mhaExercise.
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Regular physical activity is important for both mental and physical health. Find ways to fit movement into your day by taking walks, going for runs or looking up exercise videos online to complete in your home.

Remember, if you take your exercise outside to maintain six feet of social distance and to check with your healthcare provider if you have any physical health concerns. Learn more about the importance of exercise from Mental Health America: bit.ly/mhaExercise.

Quality Care is our passion. Improving lives is our reward. We are rising to the challenge! Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, our employees are continuing to deliver high quality care, each and every day. We are supporting patients during some of the most challenging times of their lives. And we do so with compassion, dignity and respect. #HealthcareHeroes ...

Quality Care is our passion. Improving lives is our reward. We are rising to the challenge! Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, our employees are continuing to deliver high quality care, each and every day. We are supporting patients during some of the most challenging times of their lives. And we do so with compassion, dignity and respect. #HealthcareHeroes

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That’s why I work in healthcare. Because I love my job. Stay safe BHW’s!

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