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Humana opens Guidance Center in Louisville, reopens Florida center

Humana is celebrating the opening of its 24th Guidance Center, the first to be located in Louisville, Ky., and the reopening of its first Guidance Center in Zephyrhills, Fla.

The Oct. 18 grand-opening festivities in Louisville drew a crowd of area residents interested in learning more about the free services, classes, and social activities now offered to the community.

The Louisville Guidance Center, 1918 Hikes Lane, will be open Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. -5 p.m. In addition to personal, face-to-face service, a variety of activities will be offered each week, including seminars led by local experts, video game bowling tournaments, dance lessons, movies, and board games.

Humana’s Guidance Centers* , which are located in 23 cities around the country, provide assistance with questions about health insurance claims and benefits, and help individuals locate doctors, dentists and pharmacists. But the centers, which are open to anyone in the community – not just Humana members – also provide opportunities for people to live healthier, happier lives. Those who regularly participate in activities at the centers say they feel revitalized and have experienced a renewed sense of purpose and belonging.

Humana opened its first Guidance Center in 1997 in Zephyhills, Fla. On Oct. 17, Humana reopened its original center in a new, larger retail center just north of Tampa. The gala event celebrating this new space attracted several hundred residents, community leaders and local leaders. The new center encompasses nearly 5,000 square feet with a community room, W-Fi, offices and a full-time bilingual Humana customer service representative.

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* The Guidance Center classes and activities vary by location, and some are offered only to Humana members. Please check with your local Guidance Center to verify the availability of activities and classes.

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Aida Darnell, center with orange balloon, participated in a Silver Sneakers Fitness Program demonstration during the Guidance Center grand opening in Louisville, Ky. She said she would defiinitely return to check out other activities.
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Louisville residents enjoyed refreshments and participated in exercise demonstrations at the Louisville Guidance Center grand opening on Oct. 18.
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Bernadette Rice, left, and Stella Keith enjoyed the activities at the Guidance Center grand opening in Louisville.
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Amanda Gracie, of JenCare, which is located next door to the new Louisville Guidance Center, performs a blood pressure check on Vickie Bridgewater, as part of the grand opening activities offered at the new Louisville Guidance Center.

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