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Share what you’re doing. Inspire others.

Tell us how you’re getting healthier.

Tennessee is one of the best places in the country to live, work, and raise a family, but our collective health isn’t keeping up. Share your hopes and dreams for your personal health and the health of our state with #ImHealthierTN.

What Tennesseans Are Saying

I always try to – everyday – just get some simple kind of exercise in because it’s super important for me not only as a diabetic, but as an entertainer.
Recording Artist
Like so many Tennesseans, I’m starting the new year focused on being healthier and joining many others in that goal. Share what you do to get and stay healthy with the hashtags #ImHealthierTN and #ImNashvilleHealthy.
Governor Bill Haslam
State of Tennessee
Hey Y'all. This is Blake Shelton. Whether I am on the road or in the studio or just kicking back at home in Oklahoma, I always feel better when my mind and body are healthy. And I bet you do, too. Share with me what you do to stay healthy by using the hashtags #ImNashvilleHealthy and #ImHealthierTN.
Blake Shelton
Multi-Platinum Recording Artist
Research shows an undeniable connection between better health and better learning. Our state benefits when all Tennesseans - and especially our children - are enjoying good health. #ImHealthierTN #ImNashvilleHealthy.
Jamie Woodson
Executive Chairman and CEO State Collaborative on Reforming Education (SCORE)
On keeping healthy habits on the road, and in everyday life: "Secret to staying fit and healthy is bring your own food!"
Ryan Kinder
Recording Artist
Elizabeth and I love being outdoors in Chattanooga and participating in the healthy lifestyle there. Glad to join Governor @BillHaslam to launch #ImHealthierTN and encourage all Tennesseans to find ways – big or small – to live healthier lives in 2018.
Senator Bob Corker
It’s easier to create healthier habits – like taking a vigorous walk, choosing healthy food, or making a pact not to smoke -- when we are doing that with friends, family, neighbors, and co-workers, when we are part of a community.
Rick Johnson
President and CEO Governor’s Foundation for Health and Wellness
When all of our efforts – from choosing healthy foods to seeing a doctor to taking time to rest and recharge come together, our city will benefit in great ways.
Senator Bill Frist, M.D.
Founder NashvilleHealth

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Healthier Communities

East Middle West
Anderson CountyNashvilleBartlett
Belleau Woods (Chattanooga)Austin Peay State UniversityBenton County
Belvoir (Chattanooga)Bedford CountyBinghampton (Memphis)
Bledsoe CountyCannon CountyCarroll County
Blount CountyClarksvilleChester County
Boyce Station (Chattanooga)Clay CountyCollierville
Bradley CountyCookevilleCrockett County
Burlington (Knoxville)Crossville / Cumberland CountyDecatur County
Campbell CountyDickson CountyFrayser (Memphis)
Carter CountyFairviewGermantown
Claiborne CountyFentress CountyHardin County
CollegedaleHickman CountyHaywood County
East Tennessee State UniversityHouston CountyHenry County
Franklin CountyHumphreys CountyLauderdale County
Glass Farms (Chattanooga)Lawrence CountyMitchell Heights (Memphis)
Grainger CountyLincoln CountyOrange Mound (Memphis)
Greene CountyMacon CountySouth Memphis (Memphis)
Grundy CountyManchesterSuper Group (Memphis)
Hamblen CountyMarshall CountyTipton County
Hancock CountyMaury CountyUniversity of Tennessee at Martin
Hawkins CountyMoore County 
Jefferson CountyOverton County 
Johnson CountyPerry County 
KingsportPickett County 
Loudon CountyRobertson County 
McMinn CountySmith County 
Mechanicsville (Knoxville)Spring Hill 
Oakwood-Lincoln Park (Knoxville)Stewart County 
Polk CountySumner County 
Rhea CountyTullahoma 
Roane CountyWayne County 
Scott CountyWilson County 
Sequatchie CountyDesignsensory1 
Shepherd Community (Chattanooga)DowntownKnoxvilleTest 
South Woodlawn (Knoxville)  
Southern Adventist University  
Southside (Chattanooga)  
Timbercrest (Knoxville)  
Unicoi County  
University of Tennessee Knoxville  
Van Buren County  
Warren County  
Washington County  
West Hills (Knoxville)