Health and Wellness is the award winning umbrella division for three programs that provide support for the health and productivity of faculty and staff. There are multiple activities offered 24/7 at all Vanderbilt campuses.
Occupational Health Clinic (OHC) protects faculty and staff health while they are at work through programs to monitor exposure to workplace hazards and treat work-related illness and injury. The OHC also offers an Express Care Clinic for limited non-work related health care needs. OHC provides services at One Hundred Oaks and Williamson County to Vanderbilt employees on those campuses.
Work/Life Connections – EAP (WLC) promotes problem solving and stress resilience through group education and brief individual counseling or coaching. It has services devoted to the special issues encountered by faculty, physicians, and nurses in addition to those provided other staff. WLC administers the Hardship Fund which helps faculty and staff with financial assistance through a fund for small unexpected needs. Critical Stress Management Debriefing for groups following major events is available.
Health Plus provides health promotion and prevention services that promote healthy lifestyles 24 hours a day, at home and at work. The Health Plus offices are located inside the new Vanderbilt Recreation and Wellness Center; services are provided at mulitple locations throughout campus and well as at One Hundred Oaks and Williamson County.