GetFit MSM

What is GetFit MSM?

GetFit MSMThe mission of GetFit MSM is to support an affirming, inclusive culture of healthy eating, active living, and organizational wellness at Morehouse School of Medicine. We strive to nurture a fun, inspiring, group of MSM faculty and staff interested in improving our personal wellness, and supporting a healthy work environment at Morehouse School of Medicine.

Healthy Campus Week


GetFit Workout: Weekly workouts on Mondays at 5:30 pm SHARP. Meet us at the first floor atrium in the NCPC building.

Wellness Tip and Challenge: Each week will feature a brief wellness tip, and a wellness challenge will be called for the entire group. Complete the weekly challenge and post your proof on our Social Media page (picture or video) to get in the drawing for a special prize!

Wellness Assessments, Goal Setting, and Peer Support: Each member will have an opportunity to sign up for a wellness assessment and a brief goal-setting consultation. Wellness assessments will resume January 2017 on an appointment basis. Every week we will do a goal check-in before/after the GetFit workout to keep each other accountable!

Team Building Events: Various team-building wellness activities (e.g., field days, challenge courses, spa days, healthy food demonstrations, etc.) will be organized by GetFit MSM on a monthly basis. Events are open to the MSM community!

Meet Our Team

Jammie Hopkins Jammie Hopkins, DrPH (Co-Leader and Coach)
 Sayon Cooper Sayon Cooper, MPH (Co-Leader and Coach)
 Divine Offoegbu Divine Offoegbu, DrPH (Logistic Coordinator)
 Atuarra McCaslin Atuarra McCaslin (Communications Coordinator)

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GetFit MSM In Action!




For additional information please contact Jammie Hopkins at 404-756-8923 or send an e-mail to

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Let’s GET FIT Morehouse School of Medicine!!!

GetFit MSM is a collaborative effort between the MSM Department of Community Health and Preventive Medicine, Optimum Wellness Health Clinic, Satcher Health Leadership Institute, and the Prevention Research Center.