Go for the Gold FAQ

  • Go for the Gold is a national award-winning wellness program that supports Vanderbilt's faculty and staff in making healthy lifestyle choices.

  • The Health Risk Assessment helps you understand what your health risks are and what you can do to become as healthy as possible. Do it every year to track health changes.

  • The Wellness Actions Log helps you focus on healthy actions that will help you maintain or improve your health.

  • The Game Plan for Your Health video features personal interviews with Vanderbilt faculty and staff and provides practical ways to take charge of your health. Past topics include: Five Keys to Financial Health; Using Goal Setting to Get the Results You Want; Being a Wise Healthcare Consumer; Cope Better, Stress Less; Eat, Move, Feel; Detect and Protect; Ready, Set...Eat!; Rest for Success; Well-Being: Keep Your Eye on the P.I.E.; Brain Health: Don't Just Survive, Thrive!; Connectedness: Some Assembly Required; Making Our Comeback with Compassion.

  • Faculty and staff paying for Vanderbilt Health Plan benefits can earn a Wellness Credit of up to $240 for completing Go for the Gold by October 31st.

    Learn more about VU Go for the Gold Incentives.

    Learn more about VUMC Go for the Gold Incentives.

  • Participating in Go for the Gold is not just about the money. It is about taking a look at your own health risks, taking action to reduce those risks, and controlling out-of-pocket health care expenses.

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  • Yes. Health Plus understands that information about you and your health is personal and private. Health Plus is committed to protecting your personal information. View the Confidentiality Policy.

  • No, your spouse cannot currently participate in Go for the Gold.