N Good Health Wellness Program

Norton Healthcare is leading the way in workplace wellness with N Good Health — the organization’s employee wellness program. N Good Health is designed to help you improve or maintain your health through department support, discounts on popular wellness programs, participation incentives and more. And participating is easy — just complete the 4 steps each year.

Get started

Review these frequently asked questions to help you learn more about the program, then go to NGoodHealth.com to get started. If you don’t have an account, select “Sign up Now” and follow the instructions to create your account. The site is accessible from any device with internet access.

Questions? Submit an N Good Health self-service ticket on Nsite or call (502) 629-2162.

Your personal health information is kept strictly confidential. Human Resources employees do not have access to your information, nor will it be used for any employment actions or decisions.

New employees and spouses

Eligible* new employees and their spouses each will earn $35 in wellness credits per pay period for the first 180 days of employment. To continue earning wellness credits, you and your spouse must complete the N Good Health 4 steps within the first 180 days of employment.

Your spouse will need to obtain a spouse member number to create an account and complete the 4 steps. Call the Norton Service Center at (502) 629-8911, option 2, to get a spouse number, then go to NGoodHealth.com and select the green “Sign up Now!” button.

Do the 4 steps

Review the steps below to learn how you can participate in the 4 steps to earn wellness credits.

Step 1. Take your health risk assessment

The assessment has 51 questions and takes 10 to 15 minutes to complete. Remember to share your results with your primary care provider.

Step 2. Complete your annual wellness statement

The annual wellness statement helps ensure that you are up-to-date on your cancer prevention screenings and encourages you to live a tobacco-free lifestyle.

Step 3. Visit your primary care provider for your N Good Health physical

Establishing a relationship with a primary care provider and having an annual wellness exam allows you to have continuous and coordinated care. Allow yourself plenty of time to schedule your wellness exam; it could take up to 90 days to get an appointment.

Step 4. Earn 100 points

Take action toward living healthier by engaging in healthy actions. When you meet a healthy outcome, you will earn points. Meeting three of five healthy outcomes will earn you 100 points.

*Eligibility requirements for wellness credits: Employees statused to work at least 32 hours per pay period and spouses who are enrolled in a Norton Healthcare medical plan can qualify to earn $35 in wellness credits per participant per pay period by doing the 4 steps.

If it is unreasonably difficult or inadvisable due to a medical condition for you to complete the 4 steps to earn wellness credits, you may complete a medical exclusion form in order to qualify for them. Call N Good Health at (502) 629-2162 for the form or answers to any questions.

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