A Mammo-a-go-go Truck will be coming to ISD 622 - two days, two locations!
Annual screening mammograms are the best way to detect
breast cancer in its earliest,
most curable stages. Yet many women put off getting a mammogram due to busy
or inconvenience. At Park Nicollet Jane Brattain Breast Center, we are
committed to making mammograms more convenient for women. Our mobile
mammography unit, Mammo a-go-go, brings the best in screening services to you
in a tranquil, spa-on-wheels environment.
mammography is available for all employees and spouses of the North St. Paul
School District. Annual screenings are
covered by your insurance.
Tuesday, May 9th 7am-3pm
North/District Education Center
2520 East 12th Avenue
North St. Paul, MN 55109
Lot in between North and the DEC
Wednesday, May 3rd 7am-3pm
Tartan High School
828 Greenway Ave. North
Oakdale, MN 55128
Back lot near ice rink
Park Nicollet at 952-993-3700 to schedule your appointment. Please reference the North St. Paul Schools event.
For any questions, contact Kayla Bellows at 651-748-7424 or email@example.com
Health and Well-Being
2016-2017 Wellness Program
Welcome back to another Health and Well-Being year! District 622 continues the wellness program with Health Partners' Health and Well-Being for the 2016/2017 year.
Make sure you and your spouse (if applicable) complete the Health and Well-Being program
by March 31, 2017 to qualify for the Preferred Benefit effective July 1, 2017.
access the wellness program go to www.healthpartners.com:
- If you have already logged on to the Health Partners website, log in using your existing username/password. Then,
from your personalized home page, click on "Health Assessment and
those of you who have not set up a Health Partners username and password click on "Sign Up" and register. Then, from your personalized home page, click on "Health Assessment and well-being activities"
- Log-on instructions can also be found here.
How to complete the program:
Both the employee and the applicable spouse must complete steps 1 and 2
by March 31, 2017.
the online health assessment by November 30, 2016.
- 10,000 Steps Program
- Beating the Blues Program
Screening (Know Your Numbers)
District-managed Challenges through Health Partners:
- Fruit/Veggie Challenge: November 6th - December 17th
- Lose Weight in 8: January 15th - March 11th
- Sugar Shake Up (paper) Challenge: February 12th - March 25th
For a sample module of the Health and Well-Being web experience please click here.
The preferred benefit
remains the same as previous years; a $20 differential of the office visit
co-pay on the NationalONE 200-25 plan and a $250 deductible differential of the
NationalONE VEBA 2000-100%, NationalONE VEBA 1500-100%, NationalONE HSA 2500-100% plan, and NationalOne $6200-100% HDHP. For example, if an employee and spouse on the NationalONE 200-25 plan choose
not to participate in the wellness program, then July 1, 2017 the
employee, spouse, and family will have an office visit copay $20 greater than those that
completed the Health and Well-Being program.
Please note the spouse participation is if the spouse is covered under the
District health insurance. Both the employee and covered spouse must
complete the Health Assessment and Wellness Activity to qualify for the Preferred
Benefit. If one chooses not to participate, both the employee and spouse
will have the non-preferred benefit level July 1, 2017.
Informational meetings about the Health and Well-Being program were completed the first 2 weeks of October at each site. The meeting presentation (including screenshots of the health assessment and wellness program options) and additional information can be located here.
Health Partners Health and Well-Being representatives can be reached at 1-800-311-1052 Monday - Thursday 8am-8pm and Friday 8am-6pm.