Way to Wellness, Monmouth University’s employee wellness program is committed to a campus culture that promotes wellness through heathy lifestyles that enhance the quality of life for our employees. Way to Wellness offers a variety of programming and services, such as health assessments and education, fitness activities, smoking cessation workshops, weight management options and more to help employees reach their health goals.
University Health Center is available to all employees and their spouse/domestic partner who are enrolled in our medical plan for common, non-urgent illness or injury. Your primary care physician will continue to be used for chronic disease
management. However, in the event of a serious illness or injury please call
the Monmouth University Police department at 732-571-4444.
Health Center also assists in the assessment of work-related injuries. If you experience an injury in the course of
your work responsibilities, please report to the Health Center for evaluation
and referral is necessary.
Health Center is located on University Road on the north campus, adjacent to
Birch Hall and the Monmouth University Library.
Clinic Hours, Summer 2014
May 14, 2014 through August 15, 2014: 8am - 4pm
August 16, 2014 through August 30, 2014: 8am - 5pm
On Thursday, October 2, 2014 and Tuesday, November 11, 2014 the seasonal vaccination clinics will be held in Anacon Hall beginning at 1pm. Please watch for additional details about what vaccinations will be available.
Great opportunity for employees to learn more about this free benefit. Monmouth University account managers from both Barnabas OneSource and Life Care will be on site to provide information and resources about our Employee Assistance Program and all it has to offer.
Join us for this one hour Lunch & Learn at 12 noon in the Rebecca Stafford Student Center Room 202A on Tuesday, September 23, 2014 to learn about how to manage life's stresses. The workshop will provide an overview of what stress is, skills of self-evaluation and methods for managing stressful situations. Participants will be taught in group format how to assess and differentiate between the major and minor day-to-day stresses of life. Workbooks will be provided and skills will be rehearsed in this hands-on interactive environment.
Dr. Thomas Moore, Director of the Barnabas OneSource Employee Assistance Program will be on site for employee consultations and intake. This is a free benefit to all employees so if you have been experiencing difficulty with life issues please call Dr. Moore directly at 212-691-4408 to schedule an appointment. Appointments will be limited to 30 minutes between the hours of 12:00 PM and 4:00 PM the doctor will help with setting up additional sessions with a designated provider.
On Tuesday, November 4, 2014, Atlantic Medical Imaging will be on campus providing mammography services to University employees between the hours of 10:00 am and 3:00 pm. An appointment is required so please contact Jennifer Steinke in the Office of Human Resources at ext 7594 or email@example.com for additional information. Reports and films will be provided to your physician within one week of your mammography. Please bring your insurance information to your appointment although the service is available to any uninsured employee as well.
All smokers interested in becoming tobacco free in 2015 are welcome to attend this one hour Lunch & Learn at 12 noon in the Rebecca Stafford Student Center Room 202A. Carol Logan, tobacco specialist from Barnabas Health will facilitate the information session and will be looking for committed employees interested in quitting smoking. The five week Living Smoke Free Program will begin on Tuesday, January 6, 2015 and continue on Tuesdays through February 3, 2015 from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm. The cost of the Program is $25 which will be refunded to all participants who complete the 5 week program.
Membership at the Fitness Center is
a free benefit to all employees and their spouse/domestic partner. Employees can obtain a registration form in
the Office of Human Resources. The
Office of Human Resources works in conjunction with the Fitness Center and
Department of Athletics to offer quality fitness and wellness programs to the
campus community. Watch for e-mails offering a variety of motivational programs
to improve your health and well-being.
Check this site often for upcoming programming.