On Thursday, April 7, The City of Bexley and Bexley Public Library welcome Dr. J. Nick Baird to discuss the keys to a happier, healthier life. In celebration of World Health Day, Dr. Baird will share lasting tools and simple changes that can help people create a more meaningful, energizing, and fulfilling life.
Dr. J. Nick Baird is a 1958 graduate of Bexley High School and a national health expert. While working as a private practice physician for many years, Dr. Baird also worked alongside Jack Hanna with the gorillas at the Columbus Zoo, traveling extensively with him. He served as Chief Medical Officer for U.S. Health Corp. (later named OhioHealth), was appointed as Director of the Ohio Department of Health, and received a presidential appointment to serve on the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports in 2002. Dr. Baird currently is CEO of US Healthiest, a collaboration of national, state, and local public health, business, nongovernmental organizations, and consumers committed to making the U.S. the healthiest nation in a healthier world.
This is the second program in the “BexTalks: Small Town, Big Ideas” community-learning series. The program brings nationally-recognized experts in their fields with Bexley roots to share new research and unique insights. BexTalks is a partnership between Bexley Public Library and the City of Bexley, and is funded through a generous grant from the Bexley Community Foundation.
This talk will be in the Bexley Public Library auditorium and doors will open at 6:30 p.m. Light refreshments will be provided. To learn more about BexTalks, visit www.bexleylibrary.org.