GEHA Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Karen Schuler (left) and Kathy Ross, vice president of clinical operations hold a walking meeting on Monday along new walking trails just opened this year on the GEHA campus in Lee’s Summit. The trails are part of a greater, long-term vision for health and wellness that extends to both GEHA employees and to the nearly two million members served by the organization.
GEHA Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Karen Schuler (left) and Kathy Ross, vice president of clinical operations hold a walking meeting on Monday along new walking trails just opened this year on the GEHA campus in Lee’s Summit. The trails are part of a greater, long-term vision for health and wellness that extends to both GEHA employees and to the nearly two million members served by the organization. Anne Marie Hunter Special to The Journal
GEHA Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Karen Schuler (left) and Kathy Ross, vice president of clinical operations hold a walking meeting on Monday along new walking trails just opened this year on the GEHA campus in Lee’s Summit. The trails are part of a greater, long-term vision for health and wellness that extends to both GEHA employees and to the nearly two million members served by the organization. Anne Marie Hunter Special to The Journal

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