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Healthy Saint Paul – Making Saint Paul the Most Livable ...
Posted: (52 years ago) Welcome to Healthy Saint Paul. City employees enrolled in the Medica health insurance plan offered are eligible to participate in the Healthy Saint Paul Well-being Program. By participating, you can find out healthy you are and receive support in reaching your goals. Also, you can earn a substantial deposit into your into your HRA/VEBA account ...
Sarah Reasoner – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) Reasoner has only been with the department full-time since July. But she’s already one of its best-known firefighters. As shown in the attached photo, she was recently named one of the world’s strongest firefighters in Santa Monica, California in a competition hosted by Arnold Schwarzenegger. Coming in 5th, was the event’s first female ...
Start here – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) Start here. My Health Rewards by Medica is now powered by Virgin Pulse, a pioneer in digital health and wellness solutions that help you build healthy habits and live your best life. Whether you want to eat healthier, sleep more, stress less or get fit, My Health Rewards is an online tool that helps you take small steps to reach your health goals.
Healthy St. Paul – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) You can even choose to donate your rewards to a charitable cause. Activities include: Assess your health. Personalize your health journey. Track your steps, calories and sleep. Explore tools and programs. The mission of Healthy Saint Paul is to support the physical and mental health of all City of Saint Paul employees.
It’s Time to Quit – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) For Minnesota adults (18 or older) looking for support, the QUITPLAN Helpline offers four weeks of free patches, gum or lozenges. This program is for any Minnesotans who are uninsured or whose insurance doesn’t cover either phone coaching or these quit-smoking medications. To …
How to Earn Points – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) How to earn points. You can select any combination of the Health Activities below to earn your points. The deadline to complete the program is December 31, 2021. Activity. Reporting. Points. Per 1,000 steps (max 14,000/day; 140 points) OR. Daily: Sync or manual.
The Value of Happiness – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) The value of happiness is shared world-wide. The United Nations views happiness as “serious business” and has proclaimed March 20 International Day of Happiness. Books have been written on the subject and there is a national Happiness Project movement. It has been estimated that half of people’s happiness is determined by their genes ...
Police Officer Fitness Test – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) Post date September 10, 2018. Each year, Saint Paul police officers undergo fitness testing. This testing provides valuable information to the officers regarding their ability to respond to the physical demands of the job. The officers’ results are compared to population standards for age and gender. This year changes were made to the testing ...
Resilience Sessions with meQuilibrium – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) A 20-minute resilience session makes for a great break in the day. Join meQuilibrium’s 20-. minute sessions at noon each date. You have four different options, or you can try them all! Reserve your spot with the links below: Bringing in Positivity: Tues, Sept. 7. Mindfully Managing Stress: Wed, Sept 8.
Marinade Recipes – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) 1 Tbsp. honey. In a medium bowl, stir together soy sauce, vinegar, olive oil, orange juice, ginger, garlic, mustard, and brown sugar. Pour over meat in a shallow container. Make sure all meat is submerged in marinade. Cover, and refrigerate for 2- 6 hours. When ready to grill, remove meat and discard marinade.
Asthma – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) Asthma is a chronic disease of the airways that makes breathing difficult. It causes inflammation or swelling, and a narrowing of the airways making it more difficult to breathe. During normal breathing, air flows freely in and out of the lungs. However, during an asthma attack or episode, swelling of the airway’s lining increases, muscles ...
Josh Lego – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) Josh Lego. Commander Joshua Lego has worked for Police for 21 years. During those years, he has worked a variety of assignments. He is currently assigned to the Special Operations Unit responsible for planning for protests and assemblies while coordinating with other agencies. He has a Masters Degree in Leadership and teaches throughout the U.S ...
CareOptions – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) We are excited to introduce CareOptions, a new benefit that is available to City employees through the Minnesota Benefit Association (MBA). CareOptions is your go-to source for countless, valuable healthcare and wellness resources at no cost to you.
Medica Healthy Savings Program – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) Medica Healthy Savings Program. Eating healthier just got easier! Save money on a variety of foods with the Medica Healthy Savings program. Healthy Savings allows you to save on foods that help you take charge of your health and achieve your wellness goals. If you live near a participating store, you’ll be enrolled automatically in the program.
Worksite Biometric Screening: FAQ – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) Eligibility . Q: Who’s eligible? A: City of Saint Paul employees enrolled with HealthPartners insurance. Biometric screenings . Q: What is a biometric screening? A: A biometric screening is a way to measure certain health factors. These factors can help identify risk for diseases or conditions, such as heart disease, hypertension, or diabetes.
Heather Vasquez – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) Heather Vasquez. Heather has worked for the City for 13 years, starting at age 19. She is currently an Office Assistant III for Public Works in the Street Maintenance Division. In her job, she does a little bit of everything so much so that she has been called the “Swiss army knife of Public Works”! Heather admits that in her teen years she ...
Diabetes – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) Type 2 diabetes can lead to other problems like heart disease, stroke, nerve damage, and kidney or eye problems. Below are some common myths about diabetes. MYTH: Diabetes is caused by eating too much sugar. FACT: Type 1 diabetes is caused by genetics and unknown factors that trigger its onset; Type 2 is caused by genetics and lifestyle factors.
Omada – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) You can reduce your risk by joining Omada*. This online program will guide you through making small changes around eating, activity, sleep and stress. Published results show participants average a 4-5% loss of their body weight, keep most of it off after two years, and are estimated to reduce their risk of three chronic diseases. Over 400 City ...
Beverly Farraher – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) Beverly Farraher has been working for the Public Works Department as the Operations Manager since March 2016. Before coming to the City, Beverly worked the previous 27 years at MnDOT, particularly for 12 years in Metro District Maintenance Operations. During her tenure there, due to noticed trends in injuries that were preventable that front ...
Matt Dornfeld – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) Matt Dornfeld. Meet Matt Dornfeld, case manager for DSI. Matt has worked for the City for 15 years. He has been married to Katie Dornfeld for 7 years and together they have a daughter , Peyton, 4 years old and a son, CJ, aged 2. Matt’s story: While the level of physical activity Matt engages in may be more than what many City employees may ...
Medica Rewards Gift Cards – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) Earn points to earn rewards. For every 100 points earned, you’ll receive a $20 gift card from Medica, up to $100 per year. Here is how your points can add up: 100 points each for biometric screening and Compass online health assessment for a total of 200 points; 50 points for every Journey you complete up to 300 points/year.
Four things that would surprise you about health care ...
Posted: (52 years ago) A long, caring and respectful relationship with your doctor is more beneficial to your health than you think. Forming a long-term relationship with your primary care physician is the most important thing you can do for your health, according to a Consumer Reports survey of 660 physicians. But having that strong relationship isn’t a guarantee.
Asha Shoffner – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) Asha Shoffner has worked for the City for two years as the YJ01 Program Manager for Right Track. Right Track serves Saint Paul youth who come from a low income household or have a barrier to employment (such as chemical dependency, limited English proficiency, or a disability) by placing them in jobs or paid internships throughout the City.
Josh Hern – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) Josh Hern. Josh is an Accountant in Fire, working with grants and the budget process. He has been with the City for almost exactly one year (January 22.) About four months ago, Josh had his body composition analyzed by a machine that was on temporary loan to the Fire Department. This machine measures the levels of fat, muscle and water in the body.
Online Health Assessment – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) Go to mymedica.com and click on the Health & Wellness tab. Scroll down to the Start your Compass Health Assessment section on the homepage and click the LET’S DO THIS button. If you’ve taken the health assessment before, the site may show your results from the previous plan year. Click the RETAKE button at the top of the page to take the ...
When to say ‘Whoa!’ to your doctor – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) Common tests and treatments you probably don’t need. DOCTORS OFTEN ORDER TESTS and recommend drugs or procedures when they shouldn’t–sometimes even when they know they shouldn’t. In fact, nearly half of primary- care physicians say their own patients get too much medical care, according to a survey published in 2011 by researchers at Dartmouth College.
Connie – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) Connie. I’ve been with the City of Saint Paul since 1999, having relocated here from California where I also worked in City government, for the Cities of Mountain View and Berkeley. I currently work in the Department of Safety & Inspections, Code Enforcement where my duties include managing the Truth-In-Sale of Housing program.
Classes & Fitness – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) Pilate’s classes focus on muscle strength, especially core muscle strength. Neither class is so intense that showering is required. It is free, but you must use your own lunch time to attend. City Hall classes Yoga – Monday and Wednesday: 12-1pm Pilates – Tuesday and Thursday: 12-1pm Classes are ongoing.
stories – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) Josh is an Accountant in Fire, working with grants and the budget process. He has been with the City for almost exactly one year (January 22.) About four months ago, Josh had his body composition analyzed by a machine that was on temporary loan to the Fire Department.
Laura Eckert – Healthy Saint Paul
Posted: (52 years ago) Laura Eckert was one of these employees. Laura has been a City employee for 38 years. She works as an Executive Assistant II in PED. When Laura first read about the health coaching component, her first thought was “Ugh – coaching?”. She had been content with …