Women Like Us
If you're like most women, you are being pulled from every direction. Work, home, family - everyone needs your attention.
With all of your obligations, you might have forgotten someone special- YOU. Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare has created a program with you in mind. It's about connecting women who share an interest in good health and a passion for life.
Women Like Us is a free program designed for women by women. Its goal is to move women towards all-around wellness through good health, education, savvy lifestyle tips and networking opportunities with women in the Big Bend.
- Programs featuring physicians and other experts who specialize in women’s health issues.
- Information about health, relationships and life issues.
- Specially designed lifestyle classes, like couponing, gardening and spa treatments.
- Opportunities to network with women who share an interest in good health and a passion for life.
- Quarterly newsletters to keep you up to date on programs and events.
Meet Abby Walton
You might recognize this face as WCTV’s anchor and reporter Abby Walton. Abby’s bubbly news personality and radiant smile make this woman hard to miss. Ever since 8th grade, Abby has put in the hard work and dedication to live out her dream of becoming a reporter. She exemplifies that anyone should and can chase his or her dreams, no matter how big! She has a special place in her heart for local news, as she grew up in a small town in Cicero, Indiana.
Abby’s love of people drives her to be genuinely focused on being plugged into the local community. This love shined through when she was awarded best news series and received a Gracie, a national award given out by the Alliance for Women in Media, for her segment on women living with autism spectrum disorder. Abby is not only extremely passionate about autism, but also about all matters concerning the negative stigma surrounding mental health. Her goal is to help break down the stigma of behavioral health and for those suffering from it to feel safe enough to tell their story, and know they are not alone.