Our Mission

 
The Elon University Faculty/Staff Health & Wellness Program promotes, maintains and improves the health and well-being of the University Community in support of the institution’s academic mission.  This is accomplished by; providing  health care services to support mind, body & spirit; illness prevention and health promotion and by collaborations within the university and local community.   Services are accessible, cost effective, and provided in a caring and professional manner.  A message from President Lambert.

 

Keeping Elon Healthy

Need lab tests or have a doctor's appointment coming up? Elon Wellness offers free laboratory testing for all Elon employees and family members over 18 covered under Elon’s health insurance. Call to schedule an appointment today!

  

 

Well Check Screening

This confidential, free baseline screening for all employees will provide you with information on the following tests: Total Cholesterol, LDL, HDL, Triglycerides, Blood Sugar, Blood Pressure, Weight and Body Fat Percent.

 

Wellness Programs

Elon faculty and staff enjoy staying active through our variety of Wellness Programs. Visit our online calendar to find one that is right for you!

 

Come Visit Us

Our friendly and professional staff are happy to address any questions and concerns you may have. 

 

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Community Spotlight

Women's Heart Health event - Feb. 6

Student Health and Wellness to offer CPR/AED classes 

Next AED/CPR Training is Tuesday, September 15 from 3:15-6:30 p.m. in Harden Club House. Students will be given reservation priority until noon Thursday, Sept. 3.