General Health

Maintaining good health and getting your regular preventive care is important in living a happy, healthy and productive life. Emory offers many resources in the area of general health.

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Aetna Programs

Access a variety of health programs, resources and discounts through Aetna (for those on the Aetna medical plan only).

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Kaiser Permanente Programs

Stay at your best with healthy resources like wellness classes, and other extras that can help you stay informed about ways to live healthier — mind, body, and spirit (for those on the Kaiser Permanente medical plan only).

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Preventive Exams

Visiting your primary care physician for an annual preventive exam is one of the best ways to identify and treat health issues before they become serious.

Learn more about preventive exams

Blood Pressure Kiosks

Check your blood pressure, weight and other health stats at one of our blood pressure kiosks located on campus.

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Diabetes Programs

Get information about preventing or managing or diabetes with these Emory programs and services.

Get Diabetes Program Information

Express Care Clinic

Get an evaluation or treatment of non-work related common illnesses at this free on-campus clinic which offers multiple locations. Clinic is currently closed until further notice.

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Ergonomic Assistance

Get help with making your work station more ergonomic to avoid future health problems.

View Ergonomic services

EVIP Line

Receive quicker access to Emory Healthcare providers with the EVIP line, a special, dedicated appointment service just for Emory employees.

Get EVIP Line Information

Flu Vaccinations

Prevent getting the flu or spreading it to others by getting an annual flu vaccine, free of charge.

Get Information on Flu Vaccines

Occupational Injury Management

Occupational Injury Management (OIM) oversees Workers' Compensation, the Express Care Clinic and provides to cost-effective quality care for occupational injuries and illnesses.

Go to Occupational Injury Management