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Take an inspiring journey to health and wellness with education, prevention, and plans to manage long-term conditions

Lee Health Solutions: Care Above and Beyond

Educating community members so they can reach their long-term health goals, Lee Health Solutions believes in a passionate, personal approach to wellness. Our staff of registered dietitians and nurses work together with patients and physicians to help you prevent and manage chronic conditions including diabetes and pain. 

But our modern services go a step further. We can also help you learn to eat better, lose weight, and feel empowered to tackle all of life’s challenges.

Get in touch with a program navigator to begin your journey toward a healthier you at 239-424-3120.

Conditions & Treatments

Lee Health Solutions provides education and treatment for a wide variety of conditions. We invite you to explore our programs and learn how we are changing lives every day.  

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Hands On for Health

From utensils to ingredients—a new teaching kitchen in Fort Myers is giving the community a hands-on experience to learn healthy ways to cook. “We’re going to learn how to cook, first of all, so we want to learn those essential cooking skills that kind of match our nutrition prescriptions and kind of learn different techniques to use in the kitchen, but also the nutrition behind it,” said Gina Skaronea, a clinical dietitian with Lee Health. Registered dietitians are providing a five-week class at Culinary Solutions at LeeSar to show people how to eat healthy at home. “We keep it basic, and we do teach them things, so they learn their knife skills like how to properly hold a knife. They also learn different topics about nutrition like sodium, healthy proteins, healthy carbohydrates, things that they need to make changes with their diet,” she said. Each week has a different nutritional focus which dietitians incorporate into a recipe. “Each week you learn something new so like this week we are talking about carbohydrates and healthy carbohydrates and how they still play a role in our bodies and how we still need them and the ones we need to stay away from,” said Skarone. With quick and easy recipes, participants can try different foods while learning about the many health benefits. “We try to prevent chronic disease at the end of the day and trying to teach them too that it doesn’t have to be expensive to eat healthily. Find those affordable options that can still work into a healthy diet,” she said. Teaching people how to be healthy here can lower their risk for chronic disease and keep them out of the hospital.