Phoenix’s wellness center has its own Twitter account, but not a real person
Phoenix, AZ–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Founded in 2011 by a former employee of a wellness center that offered “expertise and support in the area of wellness,” Phoenix’s Phoenix Wellness Center has recently opened a Twitter account.
The center, which is part of Phoenix’s newly-branded wellness center network, provides a one-stop shop for people looking for help navigating their health care system and their health and wellness goals, and is focused on promoting the wellness of all those who are looking to manage their health.
“With our new Twitter account Phoenix Well-Wise, we are excited to provide a real-time view of all our wellness and health information,” said Sarah Rennell, CEO of Phoenix WellWise.
“We are also committed to sharing all our health information with the community.
It will be a great way to get the latest wellness news, wellness advice, and resources to those who need it most.”
Phoenix Well WellWises Twitter account will provide users with daily wellness tips, wellness updates, health and fitness tips, and more.
The account will also provide links to resources such as health care and wellness resources, and news on all things wellness, including Phoenix’s new Phoenix Health Connector, which offers the latest health and lifestyle resources to residents of the Phoenix area.
“The Phoenix Well Wise Twitter account is a great addition to the Phoenix wellness community,” said Dr. Lisa Fenton, the Director of the Center for Wellness Research at Arizona State University’s School of Medicine and Health Sciences.
“It will be interesting to see how other wellness centers across the country utilize Phoenix Well Health’s Twitter account.”
Dr. Fenton said the wellness center was created with “the mission of providing wellness to our residents.”
Phoenix HealthConnector provides free wellness resources for people living in the Phoenix metro area, as well as referrals to other wellness resources.
“Phoenix WellWised has been working to build a Twitter following for a long time,” said Jenny Lomberg, director of communications for Phoenix WellHealth, which will be launching its Twitter account at a later date.
“Our goal is to provide our customers with a real, live view of the health and well-being of the community as they navigate the Phoenix health care marketplace.”
For Phoenix WellWellWise to provide this service, the wellness community must first register on the Phoenix Health Health Connectors website.
The Twitter account and Phoenix Healthconnector will be launched at a similar time as Phoenix WellWorksource, the Phoenix WellCare Network, and Phoenix WellLife, which all offer the same goal.
Phoenix Wellworksource, Phoenix WellCaresource, and the PhoenixWellConnector will launch their Twitter accounts on February 16, 2019.
For the PhoenixHealthConnector, PhoenixWellWisesource, WellCaringource, &c., the Twitter account can be accessed through Twitter’s API, which allows Twitter to send a request for content to be added to the account.
For PhoenixWellWorksource to offer this service on Twitter, PhoenixHealthCaresources Twitter account must be registered with Twitter’s developer account, and verified as a verified account with Twitter.
For its wellness account, PhoenixCare, PhoenixWisesources Twitter profile can be access through Twitter.
The Phoenix WellConnectors Twitter account does not have a verified status, so users can post tweets, but they must be approved before they can post content.
PhoenixWellHealth, Phoenix’s health care hub, has been actively monitoring its Twitter followers and updating its profile and website with new content since its founding in 2014.
PhoenixHealthCare, which operates Phoenix WellSource and PhoenixWellCaresSource, has a goal of connecting patients with health care providers.
“Twitter provides us with the opportunity to reach a large number of people in a matter of seconds, so we are thrilled to provide PhoenixWell Health with a Twitter-powered platform to communicate with its users,” said Jennifer DeBartolo, executive director of Phoenix HealthCare, in a statement.
“For the past year we have worked to expand our reach through Twitter and we are happy to welcome Phoenix WellWatch to the platform.”
For the wellness centers of the cities Phoenix, Tempe, Flagstaff, Tucson, and Mesa, there are three Twitter accounts: Phoenix WellExpert, Phoenix Wives, and New Phoenix Well, which are all focused on offering a variety of resources for women seeking to manage health and improve their health at home.
For New Phoenix, which was founded in 2016 and is in the process of relocating, the health care center is focused primarily on women.
“While we are focused on women, we have always been interested in reaching out to men as well,” said Ms. Rennill.
“In our initial focus on men, we found that we could reach a larger number of men than we would have expected based on the size of the network we were building.”
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