We are thinking of our members and are here for you! As you are aware, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy issued a declaration ordering all gyms in New Jersey to close until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Our concern for the health and safety of our members and community continues to be of utmost importance. We are committed to maintaining communication across the Wellness Centers to keep our members apprised of ongoing updates.
We appreciate your support as the safety of our community remains our top priority. Please remember to take extra precautions as you go about your daily life. We want you to stay well and look forward to your return to the Wellness Centers.
Mary T. Benyola
Hunterdon Health & Wellness Centers
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Will my membership be billed while the Wellness Centers are closed?
A. No, your account will not be billed while the Wellness Centers are closed.
Q. Do I need to notify the Wellness Center regarding my membership at this time?
A. No, there is no need to do anything at this time as all memberships have been placed on hold while the Wellness Centers are closed and no billing will occur.
Q. Will one year memberships be extended for the time the Wellness Centers are closed?
Q. Will members be notified when the Wellness Centers reopen prior to any billing taking place?
A. We will notify members as soon as we are advised that we can reopen and will provide notice of billing through a member email communication.
Q. Will clients with gift certificates or guest passes be provided an extension?
A. Yes, we will extend the expiration date equivalent to the amount of time we are closed.
Q. How will my payments for Wellness Center services be handled while the Centers are closed?
A. For recurring services that have been processed (e.g., personal training massage packages, swim lessons), we will honor all unused personal training and massage sessions. Make-up sessions will be extended to our swim members. For recurring services that have not yet been processed (e.g., locker rentals) we will temporarily suspend recurring charges until the Wellness Centers reopen.
Q. How can I stay active while the Wellness Centers are closed?
A. We know that staying fit and active is the best way to build a strong immune system and stay healthy. Since our members cannot come to the Wellness Centers, we are bringing the following options to you. Visit https://watch.lesmillsondemand.com/at-home-workouts for 95 free and easy to follow at-home workouts. View American Council on Exercise (ACE) article for Top 25 At-Home Exercises: CLICK HERE. We will continue to share at-home exercises as well as ways to remain healthy with our members.
Q. How will the Wellness Centers communicate ongoing updates?
A. We will communicate updates by email and on our Facebook page.
Q. How can I help Hunterdon Healthcare at this time?
A. The Hunterdon Healthcare community has been rallying to help as the COVID-19 crisis escalates. Here are the most immediate, pressing needs and ways you can assist: READ MORE
Q. What are the ways to Stay Informed about Coronavirus (COVID-19)?
A. Hunterdon Healthcare knows that the coronavirus is on everyone’s mind right now and we’re here to help. For the most up-to-date information, please visit www.hunterdonhealthcare.org. Hunterdon Healthcare encourages everyone to bookmark this page or use reliable healthcare resources for your information regarding Coronavirus such as cdc.gov or nj.gov/health/. You can also follow Hunterdon Healthcare on Facebook for ongoing updates.
Hunterdon Healthcare has also created a hotline for the community to call in with questions regarding Coronavirus. The Hunterdon Healthcare COVID Hotline can be reached by calling 908-788-6440. The hotline will be open seven days a week, 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
To access the Hunterdon Healthcare Community Calendar.
To access the 2019 Physician Reference Guide.