Our Health and Wellness initiatives provide employees and their families with resources, tools and incentives to maintain and improve their personal health and maintain healthy lifestyles.
In order to support our Employees, the following resources are available:
- Free Annual Health Risk Assessment and biometric screening: As part of Caring Starts with You, St. Luke’s Employee Wellness Program, participants will receive a personal health report showing their overall health risk, and specific areas of low, moderate and high risk upon completion of their online health assessment.
- Tobacco Cessation: The St. Luke’s Employee Tobacco Cessation Program is here to help make quitting easier and more comfortable for you. We provide resources, personalized “quit plans” and support for you or a spouse when you are ready to begin your journey to a healthier lifestyle.
- Employee Assistance Program: St. Luke’s employees and their families have access to a confidential and free resource and referral service for practical advice and referrals related to parenting and childcare, eldercare, financial and college planning, retirement planning, and more.
- SilverCloud: These online behavioral health programs are designed to meet the needs of St. Luke’s employees and spouses by delivering evidence-based education and tools based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). The programs address the issues of stress, anxiety and depression with an emphasis on enabling participants to manage the pressures of work and life.
- Cafeteria Discounts: There is a 25% reduction in the cost of salad bars in all hospital cafeterias, and a reduced cost Mindful Meal choice available at every hospital campus, every day.
- Community Gardens: Located on a 20,000 square foot piece of land behind the hospital at St. Luke's Anderson Campus, the Community Gardens increase awareness about healthy eating and encourage employees to grow some of their own food.
- Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Program: Weekly delivery of locally grown produce to your job site during the growing season, paid for by payroll deduction. Registration is available between February and April, deliveries take place June to October.
- St. Luke’s Rodale Institute Organic Farm: Located at our Anderson Campus in Easton, PA, the farm provides fresh, local, organic produce to our Network. The produce is used in our inpatient menus, as well as in our cafeterias for employees, patients and community visitors.
- Health and Fitness Centers: A 2 week free membership is available to employees and spouses, and discounted membership rates are available.
- Employee Fitness Incentive Program (EFIP): Employees that meet the minimum attendance requirement at one of our fitness centers will be reimbursed 50% of their membership fee at the end of the membership year.
- Campus Walking Paths: Walking paths are available to employees at all of our hospital campuses to help promote physical activity and allow you to take positive steps toward your health.
- Get Your Tail on the Trail: This free healthy lifestyle program aims to help people of all ages and abilities to meet their personal fitness goals and experience the value of the local trails through day-to-day challenges, public events, and incentives. Learn more at tailonthetrail.org.