CDPHP is so much more than a health insurance company. We’re on the ground in the community where you live, and we’re working to improve the lives and health of those in your neighborhoods, schools, and workplaces. Through our Charity of Choice program, employees can volunteer their time, talents, and resources to support one worthwhile charity each year. In addition, we sponsor the Workforce Team Challenge, health and fitness expos, health forums, and other community events that promote a healthy lifestyle.
You can check out our upcoming community events anytime. You’ll find additional, detailed information about future events and sponsorships, as well as recaps after the fact so that you can see who was there and what was accomplished. We’re everywhere you are, in the Capital District and beyond. Won’t you join us?
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Check out our Simplify Series, which focuses on strategies for improving your health and outlook by simplifying various aspects of your life.continue reading →
John Bennett, MD, CDPHP® president and CEO, and Victoria Baecker, CDPHP community relations and corporate events manager, recently visited with Kacey Sisco, the 2016 honoree for Albany Medical Center’s Dancing in the Woods event, to hear more about her story and experience with the hospital’s Melodies Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders. continue reading →
On the second floor of the Sidney Albert Albany Jewish Community Center, against the back wall of a dimly lit exercise room, Alan Lobel has pedaled more than halfway around the world. continue reading →
Although it still has yet to be completed, large sections of the Albany County Helderberg Hudson (ACHH) rail trail between Albany and Voorheesville are nevertheless open and being used by the community. The first blacktop section opened in fall 2015 and now stretches from South Pearl Street in Albany to a gravel parking lot in Slingerlands. continue reading →
Even as the weather gets colder, you can still enjoy a number of outdoor fun runs in the Capital Region, North County, and Hudson Valley. These events will keep you moving right up to the new year. continue reading →