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Central Wellness Names Medical Director
HUDSON, OH (September 16, 2016) – Central Wellness, an affiliate of LifeCenter Plus, announces the appointment of Andrew R. Esterle, MD, as the Medical Director for the company.

“We are excited to have Dr. Esterle join the Central Wellness team,” said Jerry Lynch, CEO of Central Wellness. “His perspective and insights will help Central Wellness provide services to employers to reduce their health-care costs and improve the well-being of their workforce.”

Andrew R. Esterle, is a practicing orthopedic surgeon physician in Northeast Ohio. He completed his undergraduate education at Kent State University, graduating with a medical degree from Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED).

As the Medical Director for Central Wellness, Dr. Esterle wants to make an impact on people by helping them take a more active role in improving their health and well being. He knows that identifying individual health risks and providing the tools to lower risks is a key factor in helping employers to improve the overall health of their employees.

“Our Medical Director's passion for helping people live a healthier life, coupled with his medical leadership experience and clinical oversight will be an important factor in providing employers with cost effective and practical health care improvement solutions,” said Lynch.

Companies that work with Central Wellness have found a wide range of improvements in their company including: lowered risk factors for individual employees, improved overall company health scores, lowered healthcare costs, increased productivity, and decreased absenteeism due to illness.

About Central Wellness
Central Wellness helps companies achieve lower health care costs and improve their employees’ health by providing screenings to identify health risk factors, developing customized programs that address risk factors and measuring progress toward a healthier workplace.

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