Answer Me This

Answer Me This is a forum for addressing questions about working at Seattle University and campus life. The Commons invites faculty and staff to suggest possible topics for questions or specific questions for consideration by e-mailing theem@seattleu.edu.

Health screenings

Q:  How can I get a free health screening?

A:  SU faculty and staff are invited to sign up for a free screening on Wednesday, May 8. Screenings will take place between 8 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. in the LeRoux Conference Center (STCN 160). Walk-ins are welcome, but it's recommended that you schedule an appointment if you would like to come at a specific time by CLICKING HERE.*

Key health indicators like cholesterol, blood pressure, blood sugar and weight will be privately collected and analyzed by a licensed health professional. All results are provided to you immediately. The screening only takes 15  minutes. All results are confidential, and your individual results will not be shared with your employer. 

Wellness points will be awarded if you participate in a health screening and update your online health risk assessment.  When you achieve the Core Level (1,000 points) by December 20, 2013, you will be eligible for the best possible medical premium pricing in 2014.  You can quickly get to 1,000 points by updating your Limeade well-being assessment, going for your annual doctor exam and having your basic health numbers rechecked - blood pressure, diabetes, etc. 

Complete or update your Live Seattle U Health Risk Assessment on the LiVE Seattle U wellness website available at: Limeade

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  *You must be enrolled in one of the University's medical benefits to make an appointment.