Healthy Employees Are Critical to Success

Studies show that more than 80% of all companies with more than 50 employees utilize corporate health programs. If you’re a business owner or corporate executive looking for a program to help your employees prevent illnesses, reduce sick time, and enhance their overall wellness, turn to Grassroots Healthcare in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Our entire team, led by our dedicated internal medicine expert, Melita Tate, MD, offers an effective and affordable corporate health program to business owners and leaders. Let’s take a closer look at how wellness programs work.

The mathematics of corporate health

To help you save money on healthcare costs and improve your employees’ overall health and job satisfaction, we offer a turnkey wellness program that you can implement immediately. In fact, Harvard Business School researchers discovered that for each dollar you spend on a wellness program, your medical expenses will drop by more than $3.00. 

Understanding what’s included in a corporate health program

Our program is offered at $50 per employee, which gives them text, phone, and after-hours access to Dr. Tate and no-cost office visits. Additional tests are offered at a discounted rate. She’s passionate about treating the whole person and getting to the root cause of medical conditions rather than covering up symptoms with medications. 

At Grassroots Healthcare, we’ll help your employees make lifestyle modifications, decrease dependence on expensive pharmaceuticals, lose weight, develop a custom exercise routine, stabilize mood disorders, balance hormones, address thyroid issues, and manage chronic conditions, such as diabetes and arthritis. We love educating our patients about nutrition, too, and can help craft individualized eating plans.

The benefits of corporate health programs

In addition to helping your employees feel their best so they can work at their highest potential, wellness programs provide many significant benefits to your workers and workplace, including:

By taking advantage of concierge-level care at our clinic, your employees will have access to a wide range of preventive screenings to help lower their risk profile for heart disease, heart attacks, high blood pressure, and other maladies that impact their quality of life.

To learn more about how you can support the health and well-being of your workforce and improve the quality of their lives, reach out to our team to discuss how we can tailor a corporate health program for your company. Call our office to learn more or book a meeting online





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