Health, Financial Screenings Big Hit for Fort Knox Federal, HMH
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Health, Financial Screenings
Big Hit for Fort Knox Federal, HMH
RADCLIFF, KY – March 14, 2017 Scores of Fort Knox Federal Credit Union members were ‘WOWed’ when they received both health and personal financial screenings at six Credit Union branches recently. The screenings were sponsored by Fort Knox Federal and Hardin Memorial Health (HMH) and were provided free of charge.
The HMH WOW Wellness on WheelsSM Mobile Health Unit visited six Fort Knox Federal branches between February 17th and March 2nd to provide free blood pressure, total cholesterol, body mass index (BMI) and blood glucose screenings. Participants also received free, personalized financial check-ups including a review of their current mortgage loan rate, auto loan rate, any checking account fees and dividend rates on savings from Fort Knox Federal.
“Keeping people healthy is one of HMH’s top goals,” said Dennis Johnson, HMH President and CEO. “We are honored to have partnered with such a strong financial institution and community leader like Fort Knox Federal Credit Union to help Central Kentuckians better manage both their health and their finances.”
“It’s important for everyone to know these critical numbers about their finances, as well, to assure they are maximizing their dollars,” said Ray Springsteen, Fort Knox Federal President and CEO. “We’ve been able to save members hundreds, sometimes thousands of dollars over the course of a loan by simply re-financing the loan at the Credit Union,” he said.
Six lucky participants’ names were drawn to win a FITBIT® Charge 2 for participating in both the health and financial screenings.
For more information about the HMH WOW Wellness on WheelsSM Mobile Health Unit’s next scheduled appearances log onto https://www.hmh.net/event/wellness-on-wheels/.
To contact Fort Knox Federal Credit Union log onto www.forrtknoxfcu.org.
Fort Knox Federal Credit Union is a private, not-for-profit financial services cooperative and is insured by NCUA for deposits up to $250,000 per account. Fort Knox Federal has approximately
$1.4 billion in assets currently and serves nearly 95,000 members from 16 branches throughout central Kentucky. Equal Opportunity Lender. Equal Housing Lender
Hardin Memorial Health (HMH) is an integrated system of healthcare providers throughout a
10-county region of Central Kentucky. HMH is committed to delivering the highest-quality patient-centered healthcare to the more than 400,000 people it serves. With more than 2,100 medical professionals including 300 first-in-class physicians in over 45 specialties as well as primary care and a 300-bed hospital, HMH provides comprehensive healthcare close to home for the residents of Hardin, Meade, Nelson, LaRue, Breckinridge, Grayson, Hart, Bullitt, Green and Taylor counties. HMH is a county-owned system under a management contract with Kentucky’s Baptist Health, headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky.