JeffFit Wellness Program
East Bank Office
Joseph S. Yenni Building
1221 Elmwood Park Blvd., Suite 517
Jefferson, LA 70123
Phone: (504) 736-6180
Fax: (504) 736-6125
West Bank Office
General Government Building
200 Derbigny St., Suite 3400
Gretna, LA 70053
Phone: (504) 736-6180
UHC Health and Wellness
BIG, BIG NEWS!!!
Beginning on September 1st, millions of United Healthcare members (aka anyone on the Parish Health Insurance) will have access - at no additional cost to them - to one (1) year of the Peloton Digital Membership or equivalent value ($155) credited to a Peloton All-Access membership*.
This wellness program, included in many United Healthcare plans, gives members the ability to access a large library of live and on-demand fitness classes from expert instructors, right at their fingertips. It is designed to be enjoyed by people of various fitness levels, with or without exercise equipment.
This is another way our health plans are striving to bring you greater value through additional offerings.
Bringing Health to you...
On-Site Employee Dental Cleanings
Haven't been to the dentist in a while? You are in luck!! On-site Dental Cleanings are coming!
- Tuesday, August 24th East Bank, Yenni Building - Suite 405 - All spots have been filled for this date and location.
- Wednesday, August 24th West Bank, General Government Building - DA Media Room - A few spots left for the West Bank. Book your appointment here.
- Tuesday, September 14th East Bank, Yenni Building - Suite 405 (Booking link coming soon)
- Tuesday, September 28th West Bank, General Government Building - Suite 3503/3506 (Booking link coming soon)
Monthly Health Observance
August's Health Observance is Immunization Awareness:
Vaccines are an important tool to help manage public health. A vaccine is a small dose of germs that mimic an illness it is designed to prevent. This helps our bodies remember and recognize that infection and helps create antibodies to fight it off if we were to be exposed to it again in the future. Typically, primary care providers check patients' charts to make sure they're up to date on any regularly scheduled vaccines during an annual preventive care exam. Due to missed preventive care in 2020, many people may also need to catch up on any doses that they may have missed.
Vaccines, or immunizations (often used interchangeably) are often given through an injection (like an annual flu shot) and are typically administered by doctors, nurses, and pharmacists. There are many options for receiving regularly scheduled child and adult vaccines. Walk-in clinics, pharmacies, neighborhood health centers, and even some schools or churches offer vaccines, like flu shots.
There are several vaccines for infectious diseases or illnesses you may be familiar with. It is recommended by the CDC that certain vaccines are given at certain ages, or for unique circumstances (like traveling abroad). If you're beginning to think about international travel again, be sure to talk with your doctor about where you're headed in case you may need a few more vaccines before you hop on the plane.
Common vaccines include COVID-19, Flu, Tetanus, Whooping Cough, Polio, Shingles, Chickenpox, Smallpox, Hepatitis A & B, Human Papilloma Virus, Measles, Mumps.
For more information and a list of adult vaccinations, review What's a vaccine?
Health Tip of the Month
Preventing Colds & Flu
United Healthcare Health Tip Flier
United Healthcare Health Tip Fliers can be a visual and engaging way of providing member-level education. Check out this month's Health Tip Flier on Preventing Colds & Flu.
United at Work Podcast of the Month
The Understanding Vaccines podcast explains to participants what vaccines are, the history of vaccines that should be considered in children and adults.