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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 support, discounts on popular wellness programs, participation incentives and more.

Participating is easy. Engage in the program and earn real-time rewards. From nutrition to physical activity, mental well-being to community belonging, a lot of things make up a healthy you.

Our team of wellness specialists cares about your well-being and is available to help with in-person or virtual assessments to help guide you to resources.

Get Started

Review our program guide to learn more, then go to NGoodHealth.com to get started. If you don’t have an account, select “Join Now” and follow the instructions to create your account. The site is accessible from any device with internet access and provides information on nutrition, physical fitness, weight management, tobacco cessation, coping with stress and much more.

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, and it will not be used for any employment actions or decisions.

Who Is Eligible?

All employees have access to the N Good Health wellness program, the well-being portal and mobile app. Spouses on a Norton Healthcare medical plan have the same access.

Spouses will need to obtain a spouse member number to create an account and complete the N Good Health wellness program activities. Call the N Good Health team at (502) 629-2162, option 1, to get a spouse number, then go to NGoodHealth.com.

What Do I Need to Do?

Take your well-being survey (worth 15 points).

Check in on your overall health with the well-being survey. After answering a collection of quick questions, you will receive a breakdown of your overall health as it applies to the 8 Pillars of Well-being. This survey can be completed online in just a few minutes.

Visit your primary care provider for your N Good Health physical (worth 50 points).

Establishing a relationship with a primary care provider allows continuous and coordinated care throughout your life. Having an annual routine physical has been shown to detect early warning signs of many diseases. Don’t wait! Schedule your N Good Health physical today.

Tobacco testing is part of the N Good Health physical. Once you have a negative tobacco test result, you do not need to be tested again.

IMPORTANT: Tobacco users must complete a tobacco cessation program each year. Nicotine usage includes, but is not limited to, cigarettes, pipes, cigars, chewing tobacco, snuff, snus and vaping/e-cigarettes.

Earn Rewards

All employees and spouses enrolled in an employee’s Norton Healthcare medical plan can complete the program activities between Jan. 1 and Sept. 15, 2022, to earn N Good Health rewards mall points. Your primary reward is your own well-being and an improved connection to other Norton Healthcare employees and resources.

The N Good Health program will be updated throughout 2022, so stay tuned for more exciting wellness resources and more ways to earn points and redeem rewards!

If it is unreasonably difficult or inadvisable due to a medical condition for you to complete the N Good Health program activities to earn points, 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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