Bremen Castings Opens On-Site Wellness Center

The 73-year-old company's president, JB Brown, said the facility "allows access to free care and free medication for our employees throughout the week."

Bremen Castings, Inc., located in Bremen, Ind., announced that it has opened a new, on-site wellness center. The center operates 45 hours during the week, with an on-site doctor, nurse practitioner, registered nurse, and medical assistant ready to cater to the company's 300 employees and their families.

The new health center operates 45 hours during the week with an on-site doctor, nurse practitioner, RN, and medical assistant on duty. (Bremen Casting photo)Employees and dependents can get free generic prescriptions and care for anyone ages three and up. The center is around 2,500 square feet and can accommodate three employees per hour. The 73-year-old foundry and machine shop's president, JB Brown, said, "I've wanted to establish an on-site clinic for a long time. I think the benefits to offering something in our backyard for our employees and their families is just another way to show our appreciation for their hard work. The cost of health care continues to rise; this option allows access to free care and free medication for our employees throughout the week."

Bremen's announcement also said the nurse practitioner will work with employees individually on various wellness programs for assistance in treating diabetes, cholesterol, and other health issues.

Bremen produces gray and ductile iron castings for a world market. For information, visit www.bremencastings.com.

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