Did you know we're back in person for our monthly luncheons? Join us on November 4th for an exciting discussion with Michelle Dunham of Jacksonville School for Austism discussing her journey as a mother of an autistic son and how she found the strength to build a community around him! Register here: bit.ly/3n5iP5v ... See MoreSee Less
Save the date for Project Opioid JAX's regional launch event on November 2nd! Project Opioid JAX collaborates with top leaders in our community to confront the overdose crisis through education and awareness, high-impact strategies, outreach and engagement to vulnerable communities, and cutting-edge advocacy. Register today to learn how you can be a part of the movement. bit.ly/3DC6OuR ... See MoreSee Less
Join us in giving a warm welcome to new Health Council Member, Johnna L. Palic, M.H.A. Johnna is an Administrative Fellow at Mayo Clinic where she is focused on patient-centered care administration and support. During her 2 year fellowship she will support, education, research, and medical practice shields before selecting a specialty. We're so happy to have you Johnna! ... See MoreSee Less
We've had a last minute cancellation for Thursday's luncheon, opening one spot! If you were not able to register before the cut off and would like to attend, please contact Kathy Sutton at Kathy.Sutton@myjaxchamber.com. ... See MoreSee Less
We're looking forward to Thursday's luncheon at Deerwood Country Club! In addition to hearing from Mayo Clinic's Dr. Sanih, we'll have the honor of hearing from Breast Cancer survivor, Vonceil Bradford, who is studying to become an Oncology Pharmacist.
Thank you Florida Blue and Marand Builders, Inc. for making our luncheon possible! ... See MoreSee Less
Paris Hurley I need to attend!!!! WOW....Thank you Sis
Felisha McClendon Bailey
Happy Birthday Nemiah! 🥳
Who else cold use a little less stress?!? 🙋🏽♂️Today, our Stress-less Series focuses on a good old fashioned nap.
According to the National Sleep Foundation, that wonderful short period of sleep, usually taken during the day is an effective way to relax and recharge. Naps lasting 10 to 20 minutes are considered the ideal length. They are sometimes referred to as “power naps” because they provide recovery benefits without leaving the napper feeling sleepy afterward.
Naps can relieve tension, allow us to relax and is a great way to de-stress from worries. It's no wonder that vacation pictures often show vacationers napping in the afternoon on hammocks!
While napping may not be for everyone, we have certainly seen its benefits in our clients and friends. We would love to know if you take a power nap.
At Body Paradox, we work out with individuals of all age groups and fitness levels - we know you can bring the weight of the world to a workout - tell us how we can help you.
#bodyparadox #changeyourbodychangeyourlife #stressmanagement #letsdothis ... See MoreSee Less
There are still a few days left to register for our Health Council luncheon discussing Breast Cancer with Keynote Speaker, Dr. Sanih from Mayo Clinic! We cannot wait to see you there. Register here: bit.ly/3nC8r7j
Thank you Florida Blue and Marand Builders, Inc. for sponsoring the health council and making events like this possible. ... See MoreSee Less
Join us for our October Health Council Luncheon discussing Breast Cancer with Keynote Speaker, Dr. Sanih from Mayo Clinic! We encourage you to go ahead and register for this upcoming event, as we can guarantee it'll be informative, fun and a great opportunity to network with the First Coast's healthcare community. bit.ly/3nC8r7j ... See MoreSee Less
Our October Health Council luncheon is only a few weeks away! We encourage you to go ahead and register for this upcoming event, as we can guarantee it'll be informative, fun and a great opportunity to network with the First Coast's healthcare community. bit.ly/3nC8r7j
A huge thank you to our sponsors Florida Blue and Marand Builders, Inc. for making our luncheons possible! We are beyond grateful for your support. ... See MoreSee Less
A HUGE than you to Ron Salem and Mark Rowley for spending your time with us today and providing a highly informative and educational presentation! We appreciate all you both are doing to help combat the opioid epidemic, addiction and overdose on the First Coast. ... See MoreSee Less
We cannot wait for tomorrow's luncheon with Ron Salem and Mark Rowley discussing the opioid epidemic, addiction and overdose on the First Coast, an issue near and dear to all of our hearts. We look forward to seeing you there! ... See MoreSee Less
This Saturday, the JAX Chamber is partnering with other civic and community leaders from across Northeast Florida to support 904 Day, a campaign to rally support for local businesses on September 4, 2021. We encourage you to join us in supporting all things local over Labor Day Weekend — from shops and restaurants to attractions and destinations. Be sure to shop local and share why you love the 904! ... See MoreSee Less
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Join Florida Blue, the Department of Health, the Black Nurses Association, FAMU College of Pharmacy, and The White House for their local "Shots at the Shop" event, part of a national tour for the White House, on August 31 from 12:00 PM-2:00 PM at The Man Cave! They'll be providing COVID-19 vaccinations and education about the ACA. The Pfizer vaccine will be provided at no cost to anyone 12 and up while supplies last.
The Man Cave is located at 826 A Philip Randolph Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32206. ... See MoreSee Less
Join us as we kick off Recovery Month with Ron Salem and Mark Rowley discussing the opioid epidemic, addiction and overdose on the First Coast! Pre-registration is required. Register here: bit.ly/3izKlXB ... See MoreSee Less
Save the date as we plan to kick off Recovery Month with Ron Salem and Mark Crowley discussing the opioid epidemic, addiction and overdose on the First Coast! Register here: bit.ly/3izKlXB ... See MoreSee Less
Today’s Health Council luncheon was extra special, as we welcomed the JAX Chamber’s Small Business Leaders of the Year! A special thank you to our Health Council SBLY, Nemiah Rutledge for being today’s spotlight speaker. We look forward to seeing everyone at September’s luncheon! ... See MoreSee Less
❤️❤️❤️😊😍👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿Go Nemiah Rutledge !!!!
If you're planning to attend tomorrow's Health Council Luncheon, don't forget to bring new school supplies to help us support our local schools! A list of the most needed supplies can be found here: jaxhealthcouncil.org/event/august-luncheon/ ... See MoreSee Less
Meet Small Business Leader of the Year for the JAX Chamber's Health Council, Nemiah Rutledge! He is the Founder and Owner of Body Paradox. Since 2015, companies such as Harrell & Harrell, P.A. to health organizations as large as Baptist Health and Florida Blue are healthier and happier because of Nemiah and his team of certified fitness trainers that serve all aspects of physical wellness. Additionally, his team brings personalized levels of fitness to individuals, small business and busy executives to ensure that residents of the First Coast stay engaged with their bodies in the best way possible.
Nemiah is a graduate of Leadership Jacksonville, Inc., class of 2021, is a member of Leadership Florida and most recently, joined the Jacksonville Jaguars' JAX MVP program.
We can't wait to hear from Nemiah and the JAX Chamber's other SBLYs this Thursday at our monthly luncheon! See you there. ... See MoreSee Less
Interested in learning more about Project Opioid JAX and how you can play a role? Join Florida Blue and the JAX Chamber for the official launch event on August 31st from 11:30-1:00 at the Omni downtown! Register here: www.myjaxchamber.com/index.php?src=sba&srctype=geteventdetails&datasource=geteventdetails&cale_id... ... See MoreSee Less
Tomorrow is your last opportunity to register for our August Health Council Luncheon at Deerwood Country Club featuring the JAX Chamber's Small Business Leaders of the Year. Register today to reserve your spot: bit.ly/3eCtL7h
Thank you to our sponsors Florida Blue and Marand Builders, Inc. for making our luncheons possible! ... See MoreSee Less