Dedicated to preventive health then and now.

The preventive healthcare leader for more than 100 years.

Dedicated to preventive health then and now.

The preventive healthcare leader for more than 100 years.

Dedicated to preventive health then and now.

The preventive healthcare leader for more than 100 years.

Our Vision.

To help people live healthier lives through comprehensive preventive care. 

Our Mission.

EHE Health has been a leader in providing preventive healthcare to employers and their employees for more than 100 years. We are committed to continuing to advance this important work. Our comprehensive approach to preventive care and well-being is a lifetime investment in our members’ health, productivity and longevity.

For more than 100 years, EHE Health has understood the benefits of preventive health. We developed physical exams for companies that wanted to lower healthcare claims costs while improving the health of their employees. 

Our dedication to this mission has improved and saved thousands of lives. We are inspired by this and continue our work to bring new products and services to meet your needs.  

Our Leadership Team.

Chris Bird

Chief Executive Officer

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Eric Luke

Chief Financial Officer

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Adam Schuster

Chief Administrative & Talent Officer

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Jeff Jennings

Chief Technology & Security Officer

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Anna Pizarro

Senior Vice President of Strategy, Product, & Solutions

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Michael Pokrywka

Senior Vice President,Client Operations

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Eric Tolkin

Chief Business Development Officer

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Mike Zollenberg

Chief Operating Officer, Clinical Services

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Always ahead of our time:
Screening and Preventive Medicine

We understood, as early as 1913, when we were founded, that physical examinations using comprehensive screening procedures identify diseases in the earliest, most treatable stages—even before symptoms develop. By publicizing our health findings, often decades before anyone else had knowledge about them, we made critical health information available.

Learn more about EHE Health’s Legacy in our special white paper.

Latest news from EHE Health 

EHE Health Welcomes Chris Bird as Chief Executive Officer

EHE Health is delighted to announce that Chris Bird has joined EHE Health as Chief Executive Officer. Chris brings more than 20 years of experience as an executive within the healthcare industry, overseeing a range of sectors from ambulatory surgery, dialysis, diagnostic imaging, contract therapy, rehabilitation, dental, urgent care, and hospital settings. 

Chris’ outstanding leadership in his past roles as Chief Executive Officer at Reliant Rehabilitation and Reachout Healthcare Ltd; Chief Operating Officer at FastMed Urgent Care and Tenent Healthcare; and President of Peoplefirst Rehabilitation give him the breadth and deep expertise to drive optimal client experience and growth of EHE Health’s thriving network of clients and providers.  

Chris has an MBA from Harvard University, an MPH from Columbia University and a Master’s in Leadership from the University of Southern California. 

EHE Health Donates Covid-19 Test Kits to Non-profit

EHE Health has donates more than 8,000 Covid-19 tests to the Blue & Yellow Foundation. 

This non-profit volunteer organization in New Jersey helps Ukrainian refugees and displaced people with humanitarian aid, such as food, temporary shelter, medicine, clothing, and other necessities. The Blue & Yellow Foundation collaborates with NGO and volunteer organizations in various cities in Ukraine. They also support the Ukrainian refugee centers in America and plan to distribute the test kits among Ukrainian families in need. 

EHE Health & Unilever Donate to Northeast Arkansas Foodbank

A donation was made by EHE Health on behalf of Unilever to the Northeast Arkansas Foodbank in celebration of the success of the Unilever Jonesboro March pop-up clinic. 

EHE Health worked to help Unilever increase healthy behaviors in its Jefferson City, MO warehouse. Implementing its Population Health strategy, EHE Health created a two-week onsite pop-up clinic, engaging 179 employees in the comprehensive, preventive program.  

Instead of offering gift cards or prizes to incentivize employees to participate, EHE Health and Unilever worked together to serve the Jonesboro community upon reaching their event exam goal.    

EHE Health’s pop-up clinic shifted health-related behaviors of the Unilever Jefferson City employee population. Participation in comprehensive preventive care exams increased by almost 250%. 

Medical & Scientific Advisory Board

Mathew Bartels MD, MPH

Dr. Bartels received his MD and MPH degrees from Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons and completed an internship and internal medicine and rehabilitation residencies at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center in New York.

Prior to becoming the Chairman of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine in September 2013, Dr. Bartels directed Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and the Human Performance Laboratory at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, where he has served as director of cardiopulmonary rehabilitation and founder and director of the Human Performance Laboratory.

Over the years, Dr. Bartels has also been recognized for his commitment to educating future physicians, including those outside of his specialty of rehabilitation medicine.  While at Columbia, he served as a clinical mentor to two first-year medical students each year and coordinated research teaching for the Rehabilitation residents. He also participated in lecture series events for fellows in the areas of Cardiology and Pulmonary Medicine, sharing the rehabilitation perspective for each specialty.

Wendy Cheung MD, PhD

Wendy Chung, M.D., Ph.D. is a clinical and molecular geneticist and the Kennedy Family Professor of Pediatrics in Medicine and Director of Clinical Genetics at Columbia University.  Dr. Chung directs NIH funded research programs in human genetics of pulmonary hypertension, breast cancer, obesity, diabetes, autism, birth defects including congenital diaphragmatic hernia and congenital heart disease.  She leads the Precision Medicine Resource in the Irving Institute and the National Organization of Rare Disorders Center of Excellence at Columbia University.  She was the recipient of the Medical Achievement Award from Bonei Olam, the Dade County Hall of Fame, the NY Academy of Medicine Medal for Distinguished Contributions in Biomedical Science, the Rare Impact Award from the National Organization of Rare Disorders and is a member of the National Academy of Medicine and the American Academy of Physicians.  Dr. Chung received her B.A. in biochemistry from Cornell University, her M.D. from Cornell University Medical College, and her Ph.D. from The Rockefeller University in genetics.

Joseph Herrera DO

Dr. Joseph E. Herrera serves as the Lucy G. Moses Professor and Systems Chair for the Department of Rehabilitation and Human Performance for the Mount Sinai Health System. He joined Mount Sinai following the completion of an Interventional Spine and Sports Medicine Fellowship at Beth Israel Medical Center, New York.  He completed his residency and served as Chief Resident in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation through the combined program of Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center and Weill Cornell Medical Center. Dr. Herrera is fellowship trained in fluoroscopic guided and ultrasound guided procedures for painful spine and joint conditions. The American Pain Society named him an American Pain Scholar. He has also received various awards for his clinical work such as Castle Connolly’s Top Doctors, New York Times Super Doctors, and Best Doctors in America.

Dr. Herrera is an Official Medical Provider for Red Bull North America and serves as an Official Team Physician for the National and Olympic team for USA Fencing. He served on the New York State Athletic Commission and was appointed Chief Team Physician for USA Boxing Metro, affording him the opportunity to treat and evaluate amateur and professional athletes. He was awarded the Rocky Marciano Physician of the Year Award for excellence in Sports Medicine. He has authored and edited numerous textbooks including “Manual to Musculoskeletal Medicine” and “Essential Sports Medicine.”  He served as the Chief Editor of the medical journal “Current Reviews in Musculoskeletal Medicine.”  He also has publications in various textbooks and journals.

Dr. Herrera’s research and clinical interests include human performance, disruptive technologies, concussion, sports related injuries, electrodiagnostic studies, and fluoroscopic guided spine and joint intervention. His interventional procedures include but are not limited to interlaminar and transforaminal epidural injections, discography, and radiofrequency neurotomy.

Herbert Insel MD. FACC
Dr. Herbert Insel is a premier New York City cardiologist, recognized time and time again for his expertise, world-class medical practice, amicable manner with patients, and his significant contributions to the field of cardiology. With an office conveniently located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, just blocks from Grand Central Station, we welcome you to schedule an appointment so that Dr. Insel may give you the personal attention that you need and deserve.

Dr. Herbert Insel’s passion is preventative cardiology, a topic on which he frequently lectures. He also is noted for his skilled treatment of cardiovascular diseases and thus he has become a highly regarded physician in the eyes of patients and the medical community. What truly sets Dr. Insel apart is the individual attention he gives to each of his patients and his humanistic approach to the practice of medicine. Dr. Insel’s staff represents this approach by treating each and every patient in a courteous, caring, and attentive manner.

​Dr. Insel offers a traditional cardiology practice, and the option of an Internal Medicine program for those patients who want the ultimate in time, convenience and wellness counseling.

Danielle Jones PhD MPH

Dr. Jones is an experienced health professions executive with expertise in operationalizing equity across healthcare policy, organizational strategy, health services research and workforce development. Additional skills include, public speaking, managing complex cross-functional projects, and training and development.
Her research interest include translating the evidence-based knowledge regarding the social determinants of health and health equity into organizational, community and system level interventions that advance equitable outcomes for vulnerable populations.

Dr. Jones obtained her Ph.D. in Health Policy & Management through the University of Kansas Medical Center where she conducted research on unconscious bias in the healthcare professions which led to the development of evidence-based curriculum and training for clinicians and faculty. My research areas of interest include physician well-being, imposter syndrome among those underrepresented in medicine, racial and ethnic disparities in maternal and child health, workforce diversity issues, and federal and state policy issues. She also obtained her Master’s of Public Health through the University of West Florida where her fields of interest include Chronic Disease Epidemiology, Health Disparities, Community Health and Health Education. Research interests include Minority and Women’s Health, especially in areas focusing on HIV/AIDS, Cancer and HPV.

She currently serves as the Vice President of Diversity Equity and Inclusion at the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN)

James Loomis MD, MBA

James F. Loomis Jr., M.D., M.B.A received his medical degree from the University of Arkansas, where he was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society and graduated with honors. He subsequently completed his internship and residency in internal medicine at Barnes Hospital/Washington University in St. Louis, MO. In addition, Dr. Loomis received an M.B.A. from the Olin School of Business at Washington University in St. Louis. He is board certified in internal medicine, is a diplomate of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine and has also completed the certification program in Plant-Based Nutrition from Cornell University. Loomis is also a Fellow of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine.

Dr.  Loomis has served as team internist for the St. Louis Rams football team and the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team, as well as tour physician for the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. He is currently the medical director at the Barnard Medical Center in Washington DC. Before coming to the Barnard Medical Center, he practiced internal medicine at St. Luke’s Hospital in St. Louis, where he was also the director of prevention and wellness.

He is on the clinical faculty of the department of internal medicine at George Washington University School of Medicine in Washington, DC and the department of preventive medicine and biostatistics at the Uniformed Services University for Health Sciences in Bethesda, MD.  He speaks internationally on the health benefits of a whole-food plant-based diet and is featured in the documentary “The Game Changers”.

When not practicing medicine, Dr. Loomis enjoys reading, cooking, and teaching plant-based cooking classes. He also enjoys hiking, running, biking, and swimming, and has completed numerous half marathons, marathons, and triathlons, including an Ironman triathlon.

Corby Martin PhD

Corby Martin, PhD, FTOS is a clinical researcher and a leader in the development and delivery of novel lifestyle change interventions, including technology-based approaches. He is Professor and Director of the Ingestive Behavior, Weight Management, & Health Promotion Laboratory at Pennington Biomedical Research Center, and he Directs the Human Phenotyping Core of the Center’s Nutrition Obesity Research Center. Dr. Martin is a Fellow of The Obesity Society (FTOS) and he has published over 260 scientific papers and book chapters. Dr. Martin frequently presents at scientific conferences and institutes of higher education, and he is a facilitator for the Commission on Dietetic Registration’s Certificate of Training in Obesity for Pediatrics and Adults. Dr. Martin has received various awards during his career, including the Lilly Scientific Achievement Award in 2013.

    The overarching goal of Dr. Martin’s clinical research is to develop tools, programs, and interventions to help people live more fulfilling lives through healthy eating and activity. His research program includes the development of novel methods to assess health behaviors, including the measurement of food intake with smartphone apps. Dr. Martin has integrated these and other assessment platforms into programs to facilitate healthy eating and activity, as well as weight management. These programs have been delivered to adults in clinical research settings and in primary care clinics, and they have been delivered to patients remotely via mobile health technology. Dr. Martin has also developed and delivered weight management programs for children that are delivered in the home environment, in clinic settings, and remotely via mobile health technology. Dr. Martin is a productive clinician scientist and a leader in the weight management field.

      Alfred Neuget MD, PhD, MPH

      Alfred I. Neugut, MD, PhD, is Myron M. Studner Professor of Cancer Research and Professor of Medicine and Epidemiology at Columbia University, and Director of Global Oncology Research for the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center at Columbia.

      Dr. Neugut is a medical oncologist with a particular interest in gastrointestinal tract cancers, especially colorectal and gastric cancers. Under the auspices of Columbia’s Medical Scientist Training Program, he received his MD and a Ph.D. in Pathobiology in 1977. His PhD was in the laboratory of Dr. I. Bernard Weinstein, an authority in chemical carcinogenesis, and he studied growth control of cancer cells in vitro. He then trained in Internal Medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and fellowship in Medical Oncology at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.

      He returned to Columbia for an M.P.H. in Epidemiology in 1983, then joined the faculty at Columbia with appointments in Medicine and Epidemiology. He is a practicing medical oncologist, seeing primarily GI tract malignancies. Dr. Neugut’s research has centered on cancer epidemiology and prevention. He initiated a series of important studies focused on risk factors for the occurrence and recurrence of colorectal adenomatous polyps (adenomas). These studies extended into the use and yield of colonoscopy and fecal occult blood testing for routine screening and diagnosis. An editorial by Dr. Neugut in 1988 was the first to suggest the use of colonoscopy for routine screening of asymptomatic adults, a common practice now. Dr. Neugut’s second major research focus was the occurrence of second malignancies, especially the impact of radiation therapy. He was also the co-PI of the Long Island Breast Cancer Study Project which investigated the high rate of breast cancer on Long Island and generated over 100 papers on environmental risk factors and breast cancer.

      At the present time, a significant amount of Dr. Neugut’s research is centered on studying quality of care in the use of chemotherapy and radiotherapy for cancer in the elderly and others. His group has found significant effects of age, race/ethnicity, as well as financial status and the level of co-payments in leading to lower quality care and decreased adherence to prescribed chemotherapy and hormonal therapy. He currently also has several projects ongoing in South Africa on the effect of HIV infection on cancer outcomes.

      Dr. Neugut has published over 650 peer reviewed chapters and papers. He has received over $60 million in funding from the National Cancer Institute, American Cancer Society, Department of Defense, and various foundations. He has led two NCI-funded training grants for predoctoral and postdoctoral trainees for over 25 years that have trained over 90 trainees who are now in various academic, government and industrial positions; he has also mentored over 20 K or K equivalent junior faculty award recipients.  He is a recent recipient of the Distinguished Achievement Award of the American Society of Preventive Oncology. He has served on innumerable government grant review committees.

      Michael Parkinson MD, MPH, FACPM

      Dr. Michael Parkinson has spent his career advising on public health, preventive medicine, and consumer-driven health plans. Dr. Parkinson is the immediate past president of the American College of Preventive Medicine. He was also the Executive Vice President and Chief Health and Medical Officer of Lumenos, a pioneer of consumer-driven health plans and a subsidiary of Wellpoint. A retired Air Force colonel, his final assignment was as associate director of medical programs and resources in the Office of the Surgeon General. He served on the National Advisory Committee of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Care Purchasing Institute, was the vice chair of the American Board of Preventive Medicine and was a member of the Residency Review Committee. He is a member of the editorial boards of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine and the American Journal of Medical Quality. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Cornell University, his MD from George Washington University, completed his family practice training at UCLA, and earned his MPH, preventive medicine residency, and chief residency at Johns Hopkins.

      Gail Rosselot NP, MS, MPH, FAANP

      Executive Director of Travel Well of Westchester- a Private Clinical, Educational, and Consulting Travel Health Practice since 1998

      Director of The Westchester Course: Travel Health Fundamentals, a Continuing Education Short Course since 2001

      Ms. Rosselot is an adult nurse practitioner specializing in travel health and certified in occupational health.  She is a graduate of Dickinson College, Cornell University-NY Hospital School of Nursing, Columbia University School of Nursing, and the Columbia Mailman School of Public Health. She is a founding member, fellow, past president , and current vice president for special projects of the American Travel Health Nurses Association (ATHNA). Ms. Rosselot has been active in the International Society of Travel Medicine (ISTM) since its founding and currently chairs its Continuous Professional Development Committee. She is an ISTM fellow and second recipient of the ISTM Distinguished Nurse Leadership Award. She is a fellow of the Faculty of Travel Medicine, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons (Glasg) and the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Ms. Rosselot has authored sections in the CDC Health Information for International Travel and travel health chapters in the Keystone, Jong, and Vaughn and Viera textbooks. She teaches courses for CDC, the CIA, Smithsonian, the Canadian Federal Government, numerous corporations, and U.S. universities. Recently she chaired the group that achieved ANA specialty recognition for travel health nursing and was lead author of Travel Health Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice, 1st ed. and the new Code of Ethics for Travel Health Nursing. In May 2021, Ms. Rosselot received the Distinguished Alumni Award from NY Hospital-Cornell University School of Nursing. Currently she is the editor and a co-author of two travel health white papers in development: Travel Health Services in the University Setting: Best Practices and Pretravel Guidance for Humanitarian Workers. Ms. Rosselot also chairs the task force to develop a U.S. certification for the specialty of travel health nursing. She lives in Briarcliff Manor, NY with her husband and daughter and loves to read medical thrillers and travel whenever given the opportunity.

      Andrew Rundle DrPH

      Dr. Rundle is a Tenured Professor of Epidemiology at Columbia’s Mailman School of Public Health and Co-Director of the Department’s Social and Spatial Epidemiology Unit.  His research largely focuses on the causes of childhood and adult obesity and the cancer related consequences of obesity, particularly for prostate cancer.  For the past 15 years he has directed childhood obesity research for the Columbia Center for Children’s Environmental Health. As Co-Director of the Built Environment and Health Research Group, Dr. Rundle studies how neighborhood built, social, economic and medical environments impact health, health behaviors and medical practice.  His work on links between neighborhood built and social environments and diet, physical activity and obesity has influenced the New York City Active Design Guidelines, the New York City FRESH program to bring supermarkets to underserved neighborhoods and the International WELL Building Institutes’ WELL Building and WELL Community design standards.

      He and his collaborators have been central to Columbia University’s COVID-19 response and planning work.  He and his team built Columbia’s online interactive mapping ( and data visualization tools ( for COVID-19 case and infection forecasts, community vulnerability and health care system capacity.  These tools have been used in COVID-19 response by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Pentagon, the U.S. Air Force, the Federal Reserve Board, the CDC, major US corporations and numerous state and county public health and planning agencies. He directed COVID-19 informatics and analyses for Stamford Connecticut’s Department of Health and advises a large US financial services company on return-to-work planning for its locations across the US.

      He has served on EHE’s Medical and Scientific Advisory Boards for over 15 years and has directed the company’s efforts to conduct clinical and public health research.

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      preventive health care.

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      Join the leaders of
      preventive health care.

      We’re changing lives and transforming how health care works
      for people and businesses. Want to help?