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Workforce Health Initiative

A Healthy Workplace Begins Here

For more information on our wellness programs click here.

Click here to see the Annual Calendar of Wellness Topics.

Part of St. Joseph Health's mission is to create the healthiest communities possible. Through our Workplace Health Initiative, we offer support services to area businesses to help improve employee health.

We work with businesses to identify and address employee health risks. Our goal is to create healthy employees by reducing and eliminating these health risks, offering educational classes, seminars, health screenings and fairs, and much more.

Our Workforce Health Initiative helps businesses improve employee health, control costs, and ultimately improves the workplace through decreased absenteeism, increased productivity and enhanced employee morale.

To find out more, please contact Jeannie Calverley, Employer and Community Relations Manager, at jeannie.calverley@stjoe.org or (707) 525-5263.