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Workplace well-being resources & toolkits

Workplace well-being programs are focused on promoting healthy habits to improve the overall physical and emotional health of your employees. As health care costs continue to rise, workforce well-being is becoming more necessity - than luxury. Sometimes promoting a healthy lifestyle is as simple as building awareness to existing resources. Once employees know what services and tools are available, they can make good decisions to support their health and well-being.

Employer services and resources

  • On-site flu shot clinic resources

    Flu vaccines are free for Providence Health Plan members.

    • Members must present their member ID card at the time of service.
    • Many providers will bill any health insurance carrier, please discuss billing options with provider.
    • If you don’t offer on-site flu shots, encourage employees to get one with their provider or at a participating pharmacy.

    Keep your employees healthy during flu season.

    Schedule an on-site flu shot clinic by contacting one of the organizations below, or search our provider directory for participating pharmacies.

    Albertsons / Safeway Flu Clinic Team


    • Contact Brian Moores by email.
    • Minimum participation: 100 patients

    Fred Meyer (Kroger)

    • Contact Kroger by email, or visit the Kroger Health Business-to-Business portal here.
    • Minimum participation: (no minimum required)

    Credena Health Pharmacies

    • Contact Dina Mehdi by email, or call 503-216-9020.
    • Minimum participation: 25 patients

    LabCorp Employer Services

    • Contact Amy Steinberg by email.
    • Minimum participation: 50 patients


    • Contact Rite-Aid’s flu vaccine coordination team on their website.
    • Minimum participation: 20 per hour


    • Contact Junaid Chowdhury by email, or call 971-230-0555 with questions.
    • Request a flu clinic by going to their website.
    • Minimum participation: 50 patients

    Wellness 2000 Inc.

    • Contact Victoria Crane-Walker, Flu Shot Coordinator, by email, or call 541-776-9167.
    • Minimum participation: 12 per hour


    If you have questions, please call the pharmacy contacts listed above or your Providence Health Plan account manager at 877-245-4077.

  • Health management consulting services

    Health is not a one-size-fits-all model. That’s why our health management consultants collaborate with you to execute a wellness program tailored to meet the specific needs of your organization. We take a coordinated approach to workplace health promotion and will help you identify your needs, understand your options, engage your employees and evaluate program outcomes. Please download our health management consulting services flyer to learn more.

    To get started, contact your Health Management Consultant or Account Manager directly, or email our Workplace Wellness team at

    Health Management Consulting Services flyer PDF

  • Member health and well-being resource guide

    Our Member Resource Guide provides useful information about myProvidence, care options, extra benefits and perks available to PHP members. Use this guide as your personal roadmap to navigate your health plan benefits - and take an active role in your health and well-being.

    Member Well-being Resource Guide PDF

Get to know your Providence Health Management team

Ensuring the well-being of the community means everything — to all of us. Your Health Management team is here to help you accomplish your goals and build a relationship grounded in trust and support.

Meet the team

Create your well-being program strategy

  • Getting started with workplace well-being toolkit

    Employees spend much of their time at work, making it a great place to promote healthy habits. As an employer, you can have a positive influence by creating a workplace that fosters and supports well-being. An effective wellness program can facilitate a cultural change that reaps longer-term benefits at your workplace and ultimately impacts your bottom line. We've developed this toolkit to help you identify your organization’s interests and needs, design impactful initiatives, engage your employees and evaluate your workplace wellness program.

    Getting started with workplace wellness PDF
  • Health equity resources

    Prioritizing diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace can help our communities achieve true health equity across race, gender identity and socioeconomic status.

    Download our employer strategies and Providence initiatives to learn:

    • Why diversity, equity and inclusion is more important than ever
    • Practical strategies for promoting health equity in workplace
    • More about Providence's initiatives for advancing health equity

    Employer strategies PDF Providence initiatives PDF
  • Workplace well-being calendar

    It’s important to prioritize workplace well-being now more than ever. Help keep your employees happy, healthy and productive by encouraging whole-person care throughout the year.

    Download our employee well-being calendar and employer guide to access:

    • 12-months of tips and information focused on relevant well-being topics that encourage employees to adopt healthy habits
    • Ideas and resources to help you plan and implement activities throughout the year

    If you would like to receive the employee calendar as individual months, email us at


    2024 Well-being Calendar - Employer Guide 2024 Well-being Calendar - Employee Guide

  • Healthy Bites podcast

    Encourage your employees to prioritize self-care by sharing episodes of our podcast, Healthy Bites. In each 20-minute episode, our health coaches engage in practical conversations that empower individuals to create sustainable lifestyle changes.

    Healthy Bites Podcast
  • Health fair planning toolkit

    Most employees spend one-third of their day at the workplace. Employers have the opportunity to make a difference in their health by providing programs, policies, benefits and environmental supports that promote well-being. A health fair is a great way to launch new wellness initiatives, share health education information, conduct preventive screenings and immunizations, raise awareness of health risks, demonstrate healthy habits and promote organizational benefits and community resources. We've developed this toolkit to help you with planning, hosting and evaluating the success of your health fair.

    Health Fair Planning toolkit PDF

Encourage healthy habits

Understand and promote health plan benefits

  • Primary care provider toolkit

    Research continues to demonstrate that employee health and well-being is good for business. A healthy workforce can mean fewer sick days, lower medical claims and increased productivity. Like a trusted auto mechanic, a primary care provider plays a critical part in making sure you and your employees run smoothly. To that end, we’ve developed this toolkit as a means to help you connect your employees with a primary care provider. Inside you will find resources such as sample email templates, and promotional materials such as flyers and infographics to distribute among your workforce.

    Primary Care Provider Toolkit (PDF)

    Primary Care Provider Flyer (PDF)
  • Health coaching toolkit

    Staying committed to health and well-being isn’t always easy. Sometimes your employees need a little support – a Providence health coach can help set personal goals, offer motivation when they need a nudge, help remove barriers and hold employees accountable for their wellness goals. This toolkit is designed to help you communicate the Providence Health Coaching Program to your workforce. You’ll learn about the importance of health coaching and our program offerings, as well as communication pieces to support a well-being campaign.

    Health Coaching toolkit PDF