Brandon, Florida (October 1, 2012) – Brandon Regional Hospital invites seniors to join H2U (Health To You), which allows seniors to meet new friends and participate in meetings, senior exercise, crafts, games, Bingo, lunches and dinners at neighborhood restaurants. Participants enjoy attending theaters and various trips to many locations. H2U is located on the campus of Brandon Regional Hospital, 119 Oakfield Drive, Suite 258, Brandon, Florida 33511. For more information call 813-684-3316.
Benefits of H2U include, but are not limited to:
· Direct links to HCA facilities and physicians
· Education resources
· Subscription to Health To You quarterly magazine
· Subscription to Health eNews
· Special rates and discounts with national retailers, travel providers, health services, and products and pharmacy discounts
H2U members enjoy a free meal per day in the hospital cafeteria for a spouse or caregiver of a member who is hospitalized at any HCA hospital (maximum seven meals per hospital stay).
Special events take place monthly that focus on members’ health, education and having fun! Activities for the month of October include, but are not limited to:
· Mall walking
· Senior exercise
· Game day
· Meet & Eat
· Social Nite
About Brandon Regional Hospital
Brandon Regional Hospital is a 407-bed acute care facility with a Certified Primary Stroke Center, Accredited Chest Pain Center with PCI, and a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. More than 75,000 babies have been born and cared for in The Baby Suites and our specialized centers, including The Neuroscience Center and The Heart and Vascular Center. These centers offer the latest diagnosis and treatment options for neurological, spine and cardiac conditions. The hospital also offers emergency services with public access to average wait times and the latest in technology, including robotic surgery for gynecological and urological conditions and CyberKnife for the non-invasive treatment of select cancers. For more information contact Patricia Montgomery, (813) 571-5105 or go to BrandonRegionalHospital.com.