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Employee Well-being

Saint Louis University Human Resources offers wellness programs to SLU faculty and staff encompassing physical, financial, spiritual, intellectual and emotional/social well-being.

Medical Premium Discount

SLU is requiring a biometric screening for anyone who wishes to receive a wellness premium discount in 2024. The wellness discount is $60 off their monthly medical premiums for an employee and an additional $30 for covered spouses.

Your screening will include blood pressure, glucose, hemoglobin A1C (this is a measurement of your average blood sugar over the past three months), and a cholesterol screening (HDL, LDL, and triglycerides).

Note: For the glucose and cholesterol testing, you must fast for eight hours prior to your screening appointment. This means nothing to eat or drink except for water. Take your medications as normal with water.

Saint Louis University partners with Quest Diagnostics to complete the biometric screening requirement. If you need further assistance, please contact the Quest Service Center at 855-623-9355.

Medical Premium Discount Registration and Scheduling (PDF)

Upcoming Wellness Events

SLU's Employee Well-being Program sponsors various wellness-related events throughout the year. These events focus on physical, social/emotional, intellectual, financial and spiritual wellness.

June Employee Well-being Newsletter (PDF)

June is National Employee Wellness Month

National Employee Wellness Month provides an opportunity for employers and organizations to enhance existing wellness programs and encourage their employees to adopt proactive strategies for improved physical, mental, and emotional well-being in the workplace. During June, we have scheduled several wellness events to support your health and well-being. Employee Well-being and Simon Rec are teaming up to offer yoga and strength training classes for our faculty and staff this summer. Continuing our partnership with SLUCare and SSM, our second Ask the Doctor series will be dedicated to addressing metabolic health. This summer, we're introducing a walking program called Walk to the National Parks that can be completed anywhere.