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Pyramid Developers and Dr. Ramsey's Center for Natural Healing Announce Formation of Community Health and Wellness Planning Collaborative.
Date:12/17/2008

knowing conditions and predicting impacts it can help clients determine changes in human settlement patterns and methods and recommend services for residents which avoid or diminish these conflicts and lower the rate of disease and increase overall community health and wellness.

With the real estate industry stalled, many land owners are looking for ways to reposition their projects. Health and wellness is a growing concern of the general population and by designing and implementing programs that specifically and realistically address this, it is possible to differentiate a community and make it a more desirable place to live, creating not only a socially responsible project but also creating a marketing and business advantage.

OTP2 will assist community leaders and land owners understand current patterns and resources and will define geographic and socio-cultural specific plans and programs for creating healthier communities. OTP2 will establish a convergence of health needs and issues with community planning and development to help design, implement and operate sustainable socially responsible health and wellness programs for new as well as existing communities.

There are aspects of human health and disease that are directly determined by factors in the environment - broad collection of aspects from air pollution, noise, water quality, access to exercise, social interactions, food quality, etc; Sustainability requires assessing and controlling factors in the environment that can potentially affect health, knowing a population and designing and operating programs that prevent disease. Land owners, developers, planners, policy makers and proponents of the built environment need to be equally concerned with all aspects of the natural and built environment that may affect human health - not just "green building" focused or preserving open but looking holistically at the community and individual.


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