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The Comonwealth of Virginia Campaign - The CVC is the annual charity drive of the employees of the Commonwealth of Virginia running from October 2nd to December 31st. More information coming soon

Flu shot clinics 

Getting a flu shot is one of the best actions you can take to stay healthy. With that in mind, the COVA Care, COVA HealthAware and COVA HDHP health plans provide free flu shots (covered by the prescription drug benefit of your health plan) for eligible employees and their covered dependents.

For your convenience, VCU Human Resources has arranged for Walgreens, a participating pharmacy for the COVA health plans, to conduct on-campus flu vaccination clinics as listed below. Please bring your COVA health plan member ID card to the on-campus clinics.


Unable to make one of the on-campus clinics?
Most pharmacies offer the flu vaccination. To receive the flu shot at no cost, call a convenient local retail pharmacy to verify that they offer onsite immunizations and that hey participate in your health plan’s pharmacy network.


Special Note for COVA HealthAware participants:
If you intend to use your flu shot to obtain the "Do Right" credit in your Aetna Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA), be sure to obtain written confirmation of your flu shot from the participating pharmacy.



MCV Campus:

Tuesday, October 1st

9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sanger Hall
1101 E. Marshall Street, Room 1-067
Monroe Park Campus

Wednesday, October 30th
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Robert Blackwell Smith Building
410 N. 12 th Street, Room 129


 

Monroe Park Campus:

Tuesday, October 8th

9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
HR Training Room
922 W. Grace Street, Room 115

Thursday, October 24th
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
HR Training Room
922 W. Grace Street, Room 115


 

September Well-being program schedule is out! See below.


Did you know VCU has gone Tobacco Free? 

VCU's Quit Smoking Campaign for Employees......Join in!

Through this campaign, we hope to:

  • Encourage tobacco users to quit with weekly motivational messaging and resources
  • Increase awareness and use of the Virginia state quitline, Quit Now Virginia
  • Support you and your co-workers, friends and family in your efforts to quit using tobacco

Get information at Quit Now!

If you have any questions, please contact me, your worksite Quit and Stay Quit Monday coordinator - Cindi Phares, cphares@vcu.edu or 828-1521.


VCU offers students, faculty and staff tobacco cessation programs at no cost. Benefits of becoming a non-smoker include:

  • Improve your chances for a longer life
  • Look and feel healthier
  • Smell better
  • Feel more energetic
  • Breathe easier and be able to exercise
  • Save money
  • Protect those around you who may be harmed by your smoking, especially if you are pregnant or around children

For more information, visit tobaccofree.vcu.edu.

HR Well-being Blog


New!

  • Have you been looking for a way to use you community service? Check out this new opportunity - a special VCU Employee-only oyster shell bagging event is coming up. You can find more information at the VCU Employee Oyster Shell Bagging link
  • Join VCU and VCU Health for the 2019 VCU Heart Walk, part of the American Heart Association series of Heart Walk events. This year's Heart Walk starts in Monroe Park on Saturday, October 5th.
  • Updated locations of lactation rooms now available!

 

 

Upcoming employee well-being programs
Wellness resources
Work/life Webinars and Workshops
Current Weight Watchers Promo