Premise Health Opens New Wellness Center in Fort Worth, Serving Bell Employees and Dependents

Representatives from Bell, Premise, and Textron, Inc. celebrate the opening of the Bell Health and Wellness Center, which offers primary and pharmacy care to Bell employees and dependents.

Direct healthcare company Premise Health has partnered with pioneering aircraft company Bell, a subsidiary of Textron, Inc., to operate the Bell Health and Wellness Center, officials announced today. Located at Bell headquarters in Fort Worth, the facility marks 14 Premise clients and 25 wellness centers in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area.

“Our partnership with Bell reflects the company’s dedication to the health and wellbeing of their employees and their families,” said Premise CEO Stu Clark. “We’re honored to work with this progressive company to enhance access, integrate care and improve the patient experience. It is no coincidence that an innovative company like Bell is adopting forward-thinking ways to enhance employee health and resiliency.”

By offering dedicated primary services, Bell and other innovative companies are enhancing the value of healthcare employees and dependents receive and lowering long-term healthcare costs, he added.

Now open, the wellness center offers primary and pharmacy care to Bell employees, dependents, and pre-Medicare retirees. It is staffed by a care team of eight, which includes a physician board-certified in family medicine; a nurse practitioner; a registered nurse; and a pharmacist.

“At Bell, we are passionate about providing exceptional experiences, and the Bell Health and Wellness Center delivers high-quality healthcare and pharmacy services to our most important resource: our people,” said Allison Mullis, Executive Vice President, Human Resources, Bell. “The Center helps our employees and their families maintain a healthy and happy lifestyle, every day.”

In addition to the wellness center at Bell headquarters, Premise operates an occupational health center at the Grand Prairie location.