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2017 YOURhealth Eligibility

The University of Rochester offers health and wellness programs for employees. This page provides a brief overview of those programs and their corresponding eligibility.


Programs Faculty, staff, residents, and spouses/domestic partners enrolled in a University health care plan† Postdocs and spouses/domestic partners enrolled in a University-sponsored health care plan Regular full-time/part-time faculty and staff (including SEIU members)
Biometric Screening & Personal Health Assessment (PHA) Eligible
(plus incentive)
Lifestyle Management Programs Eligible
(plus incentive)
Employee Assistance Program* Eligible
Well-U Programs** Eligible
Weight Watchers (At Work & Online)** Eligible
(plus incentive)
Condition Management Programs Eligible
(plus incentive)
Condition Management Rx/Dx Discount Eligible
Nurse Lines Eligible
Flu Shots Eligible
Behavioral Health Partners (BHP)*** Eligible

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†Including non-Medicare eligible retirees and spouses/domestic partners enrolled in a University Health Care Plan.

*Eligibility for the Employee Assistance program includes all employees and their immediate family members.

**Eligibility for Well-U programs and Weight Watchers (At Work & Online) includes regular full-time, part-time faculty, staff and residents.

***Eligibility for Behavioral Health Partners (BHP) includes regular full-time and part-time faculty and staff age 18 and older enrolled in a University Health Care Plan as well as spouses/domestic partners and dependent children of active employees or non-Medicare eligible retirees who are 18 or older and enrolled in a University Health Care Plan.

The Employee Assistance Plan for Faculty and Staff of the University of Rochester includes only the Strong EAP. Biometric screenings, Lifestyle Management Programs, Behavioral Health Partners, Condition Management Programs, flu shots, the Personal Health Assessment, and the 24/7 Nurse Line are part of the University Health Care Plans.

This document provides only a summary of some of the features of these plans. Detailed information on the plans is available on the Benefits website or a paper copy of the information is available for free from the Benefits Office.

The University reserves the right to modify, amend or terminate the plans or programs at any time, including actions that may affect coverage, cost-sharing or covered benefits, as well as benefits that are provided to current and future retirees.