Heartwood, Bryan County – St. Joseph’s/Candler and Raydient announced today a strategic alliance to create a unique health and wellness initiative in Heartwood at Richmond Hill that will positively impact both Heartwood residents as well as Bryan County residents as a whole.
This alliance brings together two highly successful companies with a shared vision to help families live longer, healthier lives.
Raydient is developing Heartwood, a new mixed-use community in Richmond Hill, GA at Belfast Keller Road on Interstate 95. Heartwood is a place to grow your family, your business dream or your industrial footprint, offering opportunities for education (K-12 school campuses), jobs, recreation, shopping and industry.
It will now offer a significant healthcare infrastructure thanks to the strategic alliance with St. Joseph’s/Candler.
“Part of the mission at St. Joseph’s/Candler is to not only treat illness but to promote wellness,” said Paul P. Hinchey, President & CEO of SJ/C. “We proposed implementing a unique version of our Bē Health & Well-Being lifestyle initiative in the new Heartwood community, one that would be focused on impacting the health of Heartwood residents; while expanding access to other health care services for all residents in the Richmond Hill area.”
The idea dovetailed with the vision Raydient had.
“We aspire to build a community that promotes optimal health,” said Chris Corr, SVP of Real Estate Development of Rayonier, and President of Raydient. “We conducted our search for the right partner, St. Joseph’s/Candler put forth the Bē Health concept. Bē Health’s innovative holistic approach and commitment to Heartwood made it an easy decision.”
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