OSF Saint Anthony’s Health Center Chief Operating Officer Sister M. Anselma and President and CEO Ajay Pathak present Phillips 66 Wood River Refinery Manager Jerry Knoyle and the Phillips 66 wellness team with the Business Health Award. For information about the award, call OSF Saint Anthony’s Foundation at (618) 463-5168.
ALTON — The OSF Saint Anthony’s Foundation has announced Phillips 66 Wood River Refinery as the latest Business Health Award winner.
The award program, established by OSF Saint Anthony’s Foundation, recognizes businesses that provide health and wellness programs for employees. The award honors their ongoing commitment to promoting safe work environments and encouraging workers to live healthier lifestyles.
The refinery supports employee well-being by providing health education, encouraging wellness principles and providing a supportive environment. Some of its initiatives include:
- Yearly health risk assessments
- Health and wellness coaching
- Blood pressure, cholesterol, diabetes and stress screenings
- On-site diet or nutrition evaluation or consultation
“Phillips 66 Wood River Refinery has made health and wellness a top priority for its employees,” said Ajay Pathak, president of OSF Saint Anthony’s Health Center. “When a major employer makes that type of commitment, our entire community benefits.”
Businesses interested in applying for the award are required to fill out an application, which is competitively scored on health education, supportive environments, integration of worksite wellness programs and available health screening options.
OSF Saint Anthony’s has a variety of healthy options available to assist employers with their health and wellness programs. For more information about the award, call OSF Saint Anthony’s Foundation at (618) 463-5168. To download a nomination form, visit osfhealthcarefoundation.org/Alton.
Phillips 66 Wood River Refinery, 900 South Central Ave. in Roxana, is jointly owned by Phillips 66 and Cenovus Energy. The refinery has been part of the Riverbend community for nearly 100 years, and is a key employer and community partner. As a good neighbor to area communities, the refinery donates more than $300,000 each year to local organizations. For information, visit phillips66.com.