Physicians Open First IV Hydration Wellness Clinic In Chicago South Loop
CHICAGO - July 16, 2018 - PRLog -- Dr. Chantale Stephens-Archer and Dr. Gameli Dekayie-Amenu are the founders of Quench Wellness™. At the intersection of mind, body, and soul is where we live the best versions of ourselves. Quench Wellness™ aims to provide a wellness experience to our clients that meets them at this exact point of their health needs. Our intricately designed infusion blends provide replenishing vital nutrients and restorative hydration therapies to enhance and empower our clients' wellness journeys. Founded by two board certified physicians, Quench Wellness™ is not your average medical clinic. We are grounded in preventative health principles and utilize integrative techniques to achieve homeostasis for the mind, body and soul while offering every client a safe & medically sound wellness experience steeped in peace and comfort.
The clinic is located at 1319 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL. open Monday – Friday 1pm-8pm Saturday 8am-5pm
Services offered: Hormone Replacement Therapy, Vaginal Rejuvenation and IV Hydration
Quench Wellness™ was founded by Dr. Chantale Stephens-Archer and Dr. Gameli Dekayie-Amenu in 2017, physicians who met 15 years ago as pre-med students at the University of Chicago. Their personal and professional lives have remained intertwined through the years. They have taken their skills as physicians beyond the walls of the hospitals and clinics, utilizing a larger platform to engage and empower their clients/patients alike. They have founded and are partners of BestiesMD, which utilizes social media, articles, blogs and speaking engagements to dispense women's health medical information in a relatable way. They have written articles for EBONY magazine, BlackDoctor.org and Empire Life Magazine just to name a few. They have also been guest speakers at the Black Women's Expo, New Life Covenant Church, Procter & Gamble's My Black is Beautiful and Rush University Medical Center. Most recently, the physicians partnered to start the Medical Mavens Mentorship Pipeline Program that mentors young women who aspire to be physicians. Medical Mavens equips young women with skill sets required to efficiently navigate their professional journeys in medicine, from high school to practice. There is strong focus on academic skills, community service and fostering sisterhood between prospective and practicing physicians. The program runs in partnership with the University of Chicago Charter School and Loyola University Medical Center. Quench Wellness™ represents another opportunity to extend the reach of health education and empowerment.
Dr. Renee Matthews