Amanda Heringer has been named lead exercise physiologist and fitness specialist at the new St. Bernards Health & Wellness Institute. She will provide professional fitness services to members and clients based on their health and fitness needs.
She coordinates the health assessment evaluation process and medical membership program and oversees the membership status of medical members and health related high-risk members.
Heringer is a native of Jonesboro who holds two bachelor’s degrees from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville – one in human and environmental sciences and another in education and health promotion – and a Master of Exercise Science degree from Arkansas State University.
A Jonesboro High School graduate, she is married to Bradley Heringer and is the daughter of Bob and Pam Troutt of Jonesboro.
The St. Bernards Health & Wellness Institute, located on the eastern end of the Matthews Medical Mile at 1416 East Matthews, is a one-of-a-kind medically based wellness center with a unique focus on prevention. It brings together under a single roof a state-of-the-art fitness center which offers unparalleled fitness opportunities, clinical departments and programs that encourage lifestyle changes promoting better health and fitness and amenities associated with luxury clubs. In addition, the Health & Wellness Institute houses the clinical offices of Drs. Brian Dickson, Spencer Guinn and Jeremy Swymn – Jonesboro Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine.
Fitness center membership is open to the general public and is unique in that each member undergoes a comprehensive health and risk assessment and receives a personalized exercise prescription.
The Health & Wellness Institute is scheduled to begin operation on Wednesday, Oct. 26.
Additional information may be secured by calling the Health & Wellness sales office at 870-207-7700.