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FREE Health Programs for Eligible UR Employees, Spouses/Domestic Partners, and Retirees
Check out our Lifestyle Management Programs:
* In addition to counseling appointments, support can be provided by phone if desired.
Who is eligible: Your health benefits may cover our health programs at no cost to you and/or your spouse/domestic partner and eligible UR retirees. To learn more, visit Program Eligibility.
How WE CAN Help YOU: We offer FREE and confidential one-on-one and group support. Do you want to lose weight? Stop smoking? Reduce high cholesterol, high blood pressure or your level of stress? Our Lifestyle Management Programs (above) may be just what you're looking for.
Our expert team includes a physician, nurse practitioner, registered dietitians, social worker and a tobacco counselor. We’ll help you discover and tap your own motivation and desire to make healthy changes.
We will help you get and stay healthy through one-on-one meetings and/or group programs that have been proven to work. The good news is that you will enjoy lots of support and encouragement all along the way!
IncentivES: Getting healthy has its own rewards – such as feeling better, having more energy, and for some, experiencing less pain. It can also bring financial rewards for eligible individuals (see above) who participate in the health screening, assessment, and wellness programs.
Covered individuals can receive up to $300 per year, which means that a family can receive up to $600 per year. Here are the details:
- Receive $100 for completion of a Personal Health Assessment, including a Biometric Screening.
- Receive $100 for completing a Lifestyle Management program to lose weight, stop smoking, lower your cholesterol or blood pressure, or to reduce your stress.
- Receive $100 for completing a Condition Management Program to help you manage a condition such as asthma, atrial fibrillation, COPD, congestive heart failure, coronary artery disease, diabetes, lower back pain, or stoke.
- To determine your eligibility for financial rewards, click here: "YOURhealth Eligibility Table."
GET STARTED! If you are eager to get started, you can call us directly at (585) 530-2050 or e-mail us at Healthy_Living_Center@urmc.rochester.edu. We will welcome your call.
You can get a head-start by “knowing your numbers” – your cholesterol levels, blood pressure, Body Mass Index (BMI), and other measures which will give you a good snapshot of your health. That way, you’ll know where you want to focus your efforts and we’ll be able to help you find the services that best suit your needs and your schedule.
Free health (biometric) screenings are offered throughout the year at various locations convenient for employees. Registered Nurses from the School of Nursing conduct the screenings, and you can easily schedule an appointment online at e-health scheduler. You also have the option of working with your own doctor to get your numbers.
With your numbers in hand, you can then complete a Personal Health Assessment (PHA), an online tool that will help you gauge your current level of wellness. Check out the incentives above for completing your PHA.
LOCATION AND HOURS We offer services in several locations to make it convenient for you. Our main office is located at 46 Prince Street, around the corner from the Memorial Art Gallery. We also offer services at many worksite locations such as Helen wood Hall, Saunders Research Building, Medical Center, Corporate Woods, River Campus and Clinton Crossings.
Our main office hours are Monday through Thursday from 8 am – 7 pm and Fridays from 8 am – 5 pm. Group programs are offered early mornings, over the lunch hour and after work, depending on the program and locations.
You decide! If you want to feel better and live healthier, get started by getting a biometric screening and then completing the online Personal Health Assessment, which produces a personalized health "report card." If, on seeing the results, you would welcome support, call us at (585) 530-2050 or e-mail: Healthy_Living_Center@urmc.rochester.edu. We'll talk things over and decide together how best to support you on your road to better health.
MORE RESOURCES: In addition to the Healthy Living Center, the University has a variety of programs to help employees get and stay healthy. Check out Well-U, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), and the URMC Fitness and Wellness Center
Lifestyle Management programs are an important part of the University’s Employee Assistance Plan. This website provides only a summary of the Lifestyle Management features of the plan. The University reserves the right to modify, amend or terminate the Employee Assistance Plan at any time, including actions that may affect coverage, cost-sharing or covered benefits, as well as benefits that are provided to current and future retirees.
AddressHealthy Living Center
Center for Community Health
46 Prince Street, Suite 3001
Rochester, New York 14607