There are no remaining PHA Event dates. You can still participate with an annual wellness exam at your doctor’s office. Completed PHA Physician Verification Forms must be submitted by September 30, 2018. Be sure to get yours in on time to save on your health insurance!
The 2019 PHA submission period closes September 30, 2018.
The St. Johns County Wellness Program offers a variety of events and choices. It is an employer/employee health partnership designed to assist employees by providing guidance, encouragement, and empowerment to lead a healthier lifestyle. The Wellness Program also provides opportunities to improve your overall health and well-being by taking part in health initiatives.
The intent of the PHA program is to help employees and their spouses lead and maintain a healthy lifestyle, through providing medical screenings, biometric testing and health coaching at the annual Wellness Expo. Employees can participate by attending the annual Wellness Expo, smaller wellness screening events, or through your doctor’s office.
For more information, please see the separate Personal Health Assessment (PHA) Guide or Wellness Expo Flyer. If you would like to make an appointment to attend a wellness screening event, please visit Pick-a-Time. Employees and spouses must make separate appointments. If participating through your doctor, please see the PHA Physician Verification Form.
You may receive a $50 monthly health insurance credit if you complete your PHA before September 30.
If you cover your spouse under the County Medical Plan, you can receive an additional $50 monthly health insurance credit if your spouse also completed their PHA before the deadline.
Your credit will begin with your first pay in January and continue through December.
Care Consultants: Assist in comparing your choices when it comes to medical services and prescriptions. The quality and price of medical services can vary, depending on where you go for office visits, imaging services, and surgery.
Health Coaches: They provide individual support, guidance, focusing on what you see as most important about your health.