2017 Wellness Expo - Join us Tuesday, April 11 for our 2017 Wellness Expo. Not only will you have the opportunity to complete your Personal Health Assessment, but you can also enjoy healthy snacks, enter to win raffle prizes, gather product samples, visit over 60 wellness exhibitors and perhaps adopt furry friends from the Pet Center. Items will be available for purchase from select vendors. This year PHA appointments are required, so don’t wait! Sign up now! If you can’t make it, don’t worry. We have seven additional screening events between May and August. Pick at Time Scheduler
2017 Personal Health Assessment Guide – Participate in the PHA program and a credit will be applied to your 2018 monthly health insurance premiums. As we did in 2016, we invite all covered spouses to also complete the PHA to receive a credit applied to the employee’s monthly health insurance premium. The PHA credit program is designed to help employees and their spouses engage in managing their individual health and is open through September 30, 2017. Personal Health Assessment Guide
MyPlate is a reminder to find your healthy eating style and build it throughout your lifetime. Everything you eat and drink matters. The right mix can help you be healthier now and in the future. MyPlate
What’s Cooking? USDA Mixing Bowl is an interactive tool to help with healthy meal planning, cooking and grocery shopping. USDA Mixing Bowl
Helpful Nutrition Tips – Great handouts and tip sheets on food labels, healthy snacks for kids and more. EatRight.org
Fast Food, Healthy Food – If you’re a fast-food regular, keep these pointers in mind. Fast Food, Healthy Food
Employee Golf Program – Play More. Pay Less!
The St. Johns Golf Club is offering St. Johns County BOCC Employees a way to play golf, enjoy increased physical fitness, and save! The program is open through September 30, 2017 for full and part-time employees and eligible dependents. Employee Golf Program Flyer and Registration Form
Learn more about the flu – the symptoms, prevention, treatment, and natural remedies. While symptoms may seem harmless, the flu can be life threatening for some children and adults. Learn how to treat flu symptoms if you or any of your family members get sick. Flu Guide
Coughs have distinctive traits you can learn to recognize. A cough is only a symptom, not a disease, and often the importance of your cough can be determined only when other symptoms are evaluated. Cough Traits
Ear infections occur when a cold, throat infection, or allergy attack causes fluid to become trapped in the middle ear. Mostly affecting children, symptoms may include earaches and thick, yellow fluid coming from the ear. Ear Infections
8 Winter Tips for Healthy Living
Holidays, stress, post-holidays, even more stress – who has time for taking care of ourselves? You do! Resolve to follow these eight diet, exercise, and lifestyle tips, and you can be good to yourself this winter – and all year long. Winter Tips
SJC Wellness Programs
About SJC Wellness
What is the SJC Wellness program?
The Wellness Program is an employer / employee health partnership designed to assist employees with the guidance, encouragement, empowerment, and education to deal with health and fitness issues.
Why do we need wellness?
Besides the obvious — that we all want to live long and healthy lives — because health care costs are going through the roof and staying healthy is one of the best ways of reducing those costs!
How we help.
The County Wellness Program provides educational programs and resources to assist employees in recognizing and addressing potential health risks. It also provides employees opportunities to improve their overall health and well being.
Who is eligible to participate?
All employees who are in active work status and are eligible for benefits as defined by St. Johns County Employees Benefits are eligible to participate, along with eligible spouses and dependent children.
As part of the Health Partnership, the county will make available to employees educational materials designed to bring the latest and most innovative sources of information for making good healthy choices.