Making the organizations we serve the healthiest in the world We spend one quarter of our lives at work. We spend less than one-hundredth of our lives in hospitals. So which presents the greatest opportunity for improving people's health? When the University of Rochester Medical Center was founded, George Eastman boldly stated its vision: "To make Rochester one of the healthiest communities in the world." But to make that vision a reality—in Rochester, and in all the communities we serve—we need to partner with the workplaces where people spend so much of their lives. Healthier people make your organization—and our communities—better. It's your goal, and it's ours. We look forward to working alongside you to make this great vision a reality. UR Medicine Corporate Partnership helping your business protect and nurture your most valuable assets—your employees and your leaders. Corporate Partnership Programs Employee Assistance ProgramA skilled team of mental health professionals offering assessment, short term counseling and referral for a variety of personal and work-related issues. Focused psychotherapy and medication evaluations available with expanded services. Accountable Health PartnersOffers a broad network of high-quality physicians, hospitals and other health care providers, that work together to improve quality, access and affordability. Primary CareProvides a primary care network that's perfectly integrated with the region's top hospitals and specialists. Occupational MedicineMakes your workplace safer and healthier—while providing the advanced care employees need when they become sick or injured at work. Musculoskeletal HealthThrough proprietary technology and clinical expertise, we assess and manage employee musculoskeletal health and reduce injury risk (Workman's Compensation and Covered Lives). Executive HealthGuides your organization's leaders toward exceptional health—so they can take better care of your organization. Employee WellnessProvides an evidence-based and measurable approach to employee wellness.