When Jeff Grimm founded BioLounge, one of the essential values he built into the mission was to breed a culture of education, enthusiasm, and empowerment so patients are motivated to own their health. In order to do that, we must fulfill a second value: to translate science into application of healthcare interventions that improve outcomes for our patients.
One of the most exciting aspects of our BioLounge community of providers and patients is our shared desire to learn. We know you choose us because you're deeply interested in understanding your body and maximizing your health. We take that task seriously, which means we must stay current on research and continue to developing our "toolbox" so we can support you with the highest level of care. With these goals in mind, we have developed 3 new ways for you to learn with us:
BioLounge book clubBuild on your health and longevity IQ and join the discussion! Each quarter, we will choose a book that focuses on essential aspects of health. A list of book club discussion points will be shared along the way, and we will host a quarterly book club meeting (both at BioLounge and online) to share our thoughts and takeaways.
Ask us anythingEach month, we will focus on a topic relevant to our patients. We invite you to join us at BioLounge for an open discussion with one or more of our providers. This is an opportunity to use our collective curiosity and experiences to build deeper understanding around health concepts affecting you.
Master classesEach quarter, we'll offer a master class focused on a specific topic, like gut health or hormone balance. We'll dive deeply into the science so you can develop a true mastery of a topic for optimal health and prevention. Classes span 3-5 weeks and are developed and hosted by our team of providers.
Ask us anything discussion on Sept. 26, 7–8:30 pm at BioLounge
"Evidence-based strategies for female hormone health" with Jeff Grimm, NP
Ask us anything discussion on Oct. 12, 7–8:30 pm at BioLounge
"Identifying your unique cardiovascular risk" with Dr. Dan Chong, ND
Book club meeting on Nov. 15 at 6:30 pm at BioLounge
(virtual option will be available as well)
Read Dr. Peter Attia's book Outlive then join us for the discussion