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Workforce Wellness Employer Program

Brookwood Baptist Health's Be Well VanThe Be Well program at Walker Baptist Medical Center provides employers with a way to support and encourage employees to take better care of themselves. It’s a win-win for both employees and employers. The physician-led program, leverages the science of real behavior change with convenient access to care with advanced technologies and personal service.

How Be Well Benefits Employers

  • Helps manage healthcare costs
  • Increases productivity
  • Encourages the overall well-being of your workforce

Be Well screenings determine whether employees are at risk for one or more modifiable risk factors that link to chronic disease:

  • Tobacco use
  • Diabetes and pre-diabetes
  • High blood pressure
  • High cholesterol
  • Excess weight/physical inactivity

We also assess “readiness to change,” understanding where people are in the behavior change process, so that we can provide them the right tools to reduce risk of unhealthy behavior. When gathering and using this data, we pay close attention to maintenance of compliance with privacy standards. Individually identifiable information is kept confidential and group summary reports are created with employee consent.

Be Well prepares a recommendation for your workforce with tailor-made solutions that encourage both individual engagement in health and a better bottom line for your business.

For more information, please contact:

Laura Catherine Mason
Employer Relations Specialist
Brookwood Baptist Health
(205) 715-5334

About the Be Well Employee Wellness Program