gatorcare

GatorCare is a Direct Service Organization of the University of Florida established in 2013 to reduce health care costs, and promote access to quality health care and innovative health and wellness solutions for the employees and families of employer groups of the University of Florida and the University of Florida Health and its affiliates. GatorCare’s mission is to improve the quality of life of those we serve through affordable health benefits and impactful wellness solutions.

Calendar

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Upcoming Events

  1. May 18

    1. Build

      https://ufl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcpfuugqj0tGNEIMO3uvJwNydALhQp3oW11

      12:00pm to 12:15pm

  2. May 19

    1. Relax

      https://ufl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEldeqprjMsEtWKutbe9w_x3rjs6Guc2dUB

      12:00pm to 12:15pm

  3. May 20

    1. Unwind

      https://ufl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYkd-2prj0qE9Ocj2mJQK3HcIVVHaA_tmTv

      12:00pm to 12:15pm

  4. May 21

  5. May 24

    1. JumpStart

      https://ufl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMkdOChrj8tHtWdaYC9BvemvfOpk1viqkN0

      12:00pm to 12:15pm

GATORCARE wellness RESOURCES

UF Health & UF COllege of Medicine Employees

2021 Annual Wellness Events

UF Health benefits-eligible employees and UF College of Medicine GatorCare covered members are eligible to participate in a free wellness screening this May! Screenings take 10-15 minutes and cover height, weight, cholesterol, blood pressure, blood glucose, and health coaching. Incentive varies based on employer group.

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June 7-27

Everyday Empowerment

Join Everyday Empowerment to receive tips and strategies on how to make your day brighter! This three-week, text-based campaign will focus on cultivating joy, gratitude, and mindfulness with activities designed to de-stress and promote self-care.

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may 24-27

Tobacco Cessation Summit

Participate in a week of webinars focusing on behavioral health and tobacco cessation, policy, and the effects of COVID-19 on lungs and the community. Register now for this free summit. CEUs and Continuing Medical Education credits are available.

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receive wellness updates

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Wellness Email Lists

Sign up for our two weekly email blasts! On Mondays, get informed about our upcoming events and programs with our wellness newsletter. Kick your Fridays off with our Fun Friday email updating you of events around town, activities for kids, DIY projects, and more!

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Latest News

Let’s Talk Mental Health: Suicide

Category: Let’s Talk Mental Health

Suicide PreventionSuicide is a topic that many people feel unprepared to address. However, it can be empowering to learn warning signs of suicidal…

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Let’s Talk Mental Health: Depression

Category: Let’s Talk Mental Health

Let’s Talk DepressionDepression is a very common mental illness, impacting about 20% of individuals at some point in their lives. Learn the signs and…

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May Better You Newsletter

Category: News

This month’s newsletter features: Baby Joy Can Sometimes Turn Into Baby Blues Managing Allergies Can Make the Season More Enjoyable Recipe Veggie Egg…

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