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Get Healthy Walking Club

Norton Healthcare Prevention & Wellness, in partnership with the Louisville Zoo, is excited to announce that the Get Healthy Walking Club has resumed.

Walk With a Doc

Take Steps Toward Better Health

Join a Norton Healthcare doctor and your community at the next Walk With a Doc event! If multiple members in your household are attending, please register all.

This is a walking event, so please wear comfortable shoes for walking and clothing that is appropriate for the weather. You can walk at your own pace and distance.

This program is in conjunction with the Get Healthy Walking Club. If you are not a current member, a free membership will be provided at registration. Walking club rules apply.

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Norton Healthcare Prevention & Wellness, in partnership with the Louisville Zoo, is excited to announce that the Get Healthy Walking Club has resumed.

General walking club rules:

  • Enter the zoo between 8 a.m. and 9:15 a.m. You must exit by 9:30 a.m.
  • Present your membership card at the front gate. You will not be admitted without your card. If you’ve lost your card, contact Norton Healthcare Prevention & Wellness at (502) 899-6842 or prevention&wellness@nortonhealthcare.org for a replacement. Your membership does not expire.
  • Entry into exhibit buildings is not allowed during walking club hours.

We’re happy you are making the most of one of the easiest, least expensive and most successful forms of exercise — walking! Keep checking back for important updates on our Get Healthy Walking Club Expo.

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