Center for Health Improvement
Get the ongoing care and resources you need to live your best life.
Long-term illnesses such as arthritis, asthma, chronic pain, fibromyalgia, diabetes or heart disease can result in severe emotional and financial burdens in addition to ongoing health concerns. Those burdens could make it even more challenging to live with your condition. At CoxHealth, the team that tends to your immediate health care needs doesn't just stop there.
Our physicians have access to a wide range of resources provided through the Center for Health Improvement to help you manage your disease. Your provider may refer you to the Center for Health Improvement after an inpatient hospital stay when they see an opportunity for us to help you find your new normal. We are committed to doing more for you when you need us.
Center for Health Improvement Services
Learn how nutrition can help manage, prevent or delay the progression of diseases.
Learn about different diabetes management classes that are offered through the Center fo Health Improvement.
Explore these additional resources to improve your health.
Quality treatment of allergies and asthma is critical to your quality of life. And at CoxHealth, we're happy to help.
At CoxHealth, we offer a full range of adult echocardiogram and vascular ultrasounds so we can explore the symptoms you’re experiencing and examine your risk for disease.
Our team includes dietitians and registered nurses – certified diabetes educators – who will help you learn to control your diabetes by eating healthy, exercising and taking your medicines the right way.
FitLife Weight Management
FitLife is a 12-week health management program that offers a personalized approach to help you reach your wellness goals and transition to independent exercise.
Heart Failure Clinic
Heart failure starts slowly and gets worse over time, though medicine and lifestyle changes can slow or even reverse heart failure for some people.
Nutrition is a critical part of maintaining good health, preventing disease, recovering from illness and more. CoxHealth registered dietitians are available for all patients admitted to the hospital.
Peripheral Arterial Disease Rehabilitation
Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is a narrowing or blockage of arteries that causes poor blood flow to your arms and legs.
Pulmonologists diagnose and treat problems with your lungs and respiratory system. Asthma, bronchitis, COPD and cystic fibrosis are a few of the conditions they care for.
It's not about aging. It's about living. CoxHealth Senior Advantage offers classes, information and assistance just for those 50-plus.