St. John’s Health in Jackson, Wyo., is offering a “lifestyle medicine” program with a tailored focus beginning in March, Jackson Hole News & Guide reports.
The program will focus on nutrition, sleep, relationships, exercise, stress management and avoiding risky substances, through programs like one-on-one wellness coaching, tobacco cessation counseling, nutrition consultations and diabetes education.
Patients must be referred to the program by a nurse accredited in lifestyle medicine. The program is a cash-pay subscription service, according to the report.
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