Each fall, the Case Western Reserve University Wellness Program offers free, on-campus biometric screenings to all benefits-eligible faculty and staff. This five- to eight-minute test includes height, weight and blood pressure measurements, as well as a blood draw for cholesterol and glucose levels. Confidential results are returned to participants so they can share with their physician and have a snapshot of their current health status.
There are only nine more screening dates available in Crawford Hall—Nov. 1-4 and Nov. 14-18. To guarantee a spot at this centrally located building, faculty and staff should log onto the Quest website to make an appointment. Additional appointments are available in the Tinkham Veale University Center and the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing.
The appointment scheduler closes two weeks prior to the event date, so it is important to register early.
To register and schedule a screening, visit the Quest website and use the registration key “CWRU.”
Log in to your account or create a new account.
On the welcome screen, click on “Your Screening.”
On the “Your Screening” page, click on “Schedule Now.”
Click on the “At An Event” button.
Select your preferred building—Tinkham Veale University Center, Crawford Hall or School of Nursing.
Select the day and time.
Those who cannot remember the password they set in previous years should call Quest at 1.855.623.9355 for a password reset.
Completion of the screening is one of three annual requirements for those interested in earning the $25 monthly Wellness Premium Incentive in 2017.
Faculty and staff can learn more about the screening, Health Risk Appraisal and Tobacco Attestation on the wellness website.