David McKnight, chief executive officer at Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center, and Barney Reiley, chief executive officer at Rappahannock Area YMCA, meet at the Ron Rosner YMCA in Spotsylvania County to celebrate continued partnership.

Fredericksburg, VA – Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center announces continued partnership with the Rappahannock Area YMCA in support of its healthy living initiatives throughout Planning District 16.

“We are excited to be able to contribute to an organization that provides an opportunity for everyone in our community to participate in physical fitness and wellness-related activities to support long-term health,” said David McKnight, chief executive officer of Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center. “I’m proud that we can contribute to this worthy cause and support their activities with additional educational resources throughout the upcoming year.”

The community can find the registered nurses of Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center’s health drive team at the YMCA’s future events. The nurses will share wellness information, check blood pressures, and more to help educate community members. The hospital will also provide wellness information to be displayed at the YMCA locations to support YMCA members’ individual wellness goals.

“The Rappahannock Area Family YMCA is honored to partner with Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center in order to advance our mutual mission of improving the quality of life of the citizens of the Planning District 16,” says Barney Reiley, chief executive officer of the Rappahannock Area YMCA. “We are humbled by their willingness to support the YMCA and our many programs.”

The Rappahannock Area YMCA has a location in each county of planning District 16: Spotsylvania, King George, Caroline, and Stafford, which also serves the Fredericksburg city population. Dedicated to the health and wellness of the community, the YMCA offers a location for physical wellness activities and serves as a hub for community wellness events.