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HealthSpring Fitness Center Opens as Part of Larger Hospital-Based Wellness Center

NorthBay Healthcare opened its newly renovated $58 million wellness center in late August after a July opening of the HealthSpring Fitness center, which is part of the wellness center. 

The 56,000-square-foot HealthSpring Fitness opened on the NorthBay VacaValley Hospital campus in Vacaville, California in July, and the rest of the $58 million newly renovated NorthBay Healthcare VacaValley Wellness Center opened in late August.

The NorthBay-sponsored facility broke ground in April 2015 after five years of planning and is the first medical fitness center in Solano County, California.

HealthSpring Fitness features strength training and cardio equipment, an indoor track, group exercise rooms, personal trainers, massage therapy, three pools, a whirlpool, a kids club, and locker rooms. Netflix and Hulu on smartphones can be hooked up to screens on treadmills and other stationary equipment. In the next two weeks, TV channels also will be available. Daily classes include power cycling, beginner Zumba, high-intensity interval training, and restorative yoga.  

(See Club Industry’s previous photo gallery of renderings of the center.)

The NorthBay Healthcare VacaValley Wellness Center includes a relocated NorthBay Cancer Center. The original NorthBay Cancer Center opened in 1987 on the NorthBay Medical Center campus in Fairfield, California. In its new Vacaville location, patients can receive radiation therapy treatment through a $3 million accelerator, which provides image-guided radiotherapy and radiosurgery, according to a report in the NorthBay Business Journal.

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