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  • Executive Health Exams
  • Industry: Education/Training
  • City: New York, NY
  • Executive Health Exams International was founded as Life Extension Institute in 1913 withthe belief that the most effective form of healthcare was proactive intervention before an illness became too far advanced for effective treatment. In advancing this philosophy, EHE was the first organization in the country to focus on the early detection of life-threatening illness through physical examinations. In addition, EHE opened the first facility in the U.S. that was devoted to opened the first facility in the U.S. that was devoted to keeping people healthy, rather than curing people who were already sick.