Wellness Leader Hank Boerner Dies

Hank Boerner, director of the North Mississippi Medical Center Wellness Center, Tupelo, MS, and a founding member of the Medical Fitness Association (MFA), died on Dec. 6, the MFA announced. Boerner died of complications from severe septic shock.

Hank Boerner, director of the North Mississippi Medical Center Wellness Center, Tupelo, MS, and a founding member of the Medical Fitness Association (MFA), died on Dec. 6, the MFA announced. Boerner, 57, died of complications from severe septic shock.

Septic shock occurs when an overwhelming infection leads to life-threatening low blood pressure. It can cause organs to fail and has a high death rate.

Boerner had been director of the North Mississippi Medical Center We

All access premium subscription

Club Industry Premium Content

This content is for Club Industry Premium Subscribers.

You may already have registered to be a Freemium subscriber to Club Industry, so why not upgrade to become a Premium subscriber? By doing so, you get access to even more of Club Industry's content and you receive special discounts that will add up to a lot more than the annual fee of $69. A premium subscription includes:



• Exclusive news, features and how-to columns

• Online education videos from our Master Class and Executive Insights series, featuring top consultants and fitness executives

• A $150 discount on Club Industry's report "Get Prospects to Your Club: Lead Generation Tips for Health Club Operators"



All of this, and more to come, for an annual cost of $69.

Current subscribers should log-in to access this content.

Hide comments

Comments

  • Allowed HTML tags: <em> <strong> <blockquote> <br> <p>

Plain text

  • No HTML tags allowed.
  • Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.
  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.
Publish