Kimball International to Open Employee Health Center

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Jasper-headquartered furniture manufacturer Kimball International Inc. (Nasdaq: KBAL) has announced a partnership with CareATC to open an employee health center near its Jasper campus. CareATC says it will provide non-emergency care to Kimball International employees and their dependents.

Kimball International’s employee health center will include primary/acute care, biometric screenings, personal health assessments, physicals, patient education, lifestyle coaching, immunization and allergy injections, laboratory, and a mini-dispensary for medications and referral management. 

“One of the pillars of our recently announced Kimball International Connect strategy is to Inspire our People and we are excited to provide more convenient access to preventative and routine healthcare services,” said Lonnie Nicholson, Kimball International’s vice president, chief administrative officer. “Our goal is to empower employees and their families with every opportunity to live healthier and thrive in their workplace. This health center demonstrates our commitment to be the employer of choice. We are also excited to showcase our healthcare furniture products in this clinical environment.”

The center is slated to open this summer. 

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