If you work for Allstate Insurance Co., you now have access to a state-of-the-art onsite medical facility that features a physician, nurse practitioner, physical therapist and health coach. Allstate says its wellness center is the latest addition to the company's range of services that support the wellbeing of its employees and their families.
Allstate's Wellness Center’s holistic approach to medical care includes making available physical examinations, vaccinations and immunizations, wellness counseling, physical therapy, blood pressure checks, laboratory services and screenings. The facility will also include a pharmacy that will open later this spring.
"Our goal is to build a culture that embraces and encourages our employees' pursuit of wellbeing in all aspects of their life," said Catherine Winn, VP, Human Resources. "The Wellness Center is an innovative facility that provides onsite medical care while offering employees an opportunity to save on rising health care costs."
All employees enrolled in a company-sponsored self insured medical plan are eligible to receive preventive care at the Wellness Center at no cost. Depending on their medical insurance coverage, non-preventive care can be received for as little as a $10 co-payment.
The center is the latest addition to a selection of offerings designed to encourage health and wellbeing for Allstate employees. The insurer’s Energy For Life workshop, its "Destination: You" walking program, wellness coaching and subsidized, more nutritious meals in the company cafeterias all contribute to employees' overall wellbeing. A second wellness center is scheduled to open at Allstate's campus in Irving, Texas this summer, reports the company.
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