WELCOME TO HEALTHY CHARLOTTE ALLIANCE
Formerly Mecklenburg Medical Alliance and Endowment (MMAE)
Healthy Charlotte Alliance's mission is to improve the health and quality of life for all people of Mecklenburg County by funding health initiatives and providing educational programs.
Healthy Charlotte Alliance is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve the health and quality of life for all people of Mecklenburg County.
WHO WE ARE.
- Provide educational and informative programs around health and wellness.
- Members volunteer their time and talents through coordinated service opportunities at local health nonprofits.
- Financially invest in health programs that are demonstrating proven impact in our community through our grants process.WHAT WE DO.
If you have a passion for our mission to improve the health and quality of life in Mecklenburg county please join us by becoming a member of Healthy Charlotte Alliance.
Healthy Charlotte Alliance is a nonprofit working to build a healthier Charlotte-Mecklenburg. Through the endowment, Healthy Charlotte Alliance has invested nearly $2 million dollars back into the community.
HEALTHY CHARLOTTE ALLIANCE SPONSORS
Ms. Leslie Aronovitz & Mr. Ted Gearhart
Novant Health Bariatric Solutions
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated
TJ Druckenbrod & Merrill Lynch
Dr. Lewis & Carolyn Gaskin
Dr. John & Kathy Klimas
North Carolina Medical Society Alliance
Novare Capital Management
Patriot Military Family Foundation
Kay Saville & Robyn Stump
Dr. & Mrs. Simon Ward, III
Mrs. Mitzi Yount
HEALTHY CHARLOTTE ALLIANCE NEWS FEED
Integrative Medicine’s Role in a Traditional Medicine Model
On December 1st, 30 Alliance and general community members participated in an informative program with Dr. Chasse Bailey-Dorton, Atrium Health, to learn about integrative medicine, which is evidence-based, complimentary to conventional medicine (not instead of), and individualized to treat the whole person (mind, body and spirit), and not just the disease.
Dr. Douglas Kirsch outlined correlations between sleep restriction, obesity and heart disease, explained common sleep disorders, and shared tips to achieve 7-8 hours of quality sleep for better emotional and physical health.