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Have Fun. Earn Rewards. Be Your Best – With SmartHealth

Wellcoug will be hosting an informal brown bag lunch presentation, discussing the SmartHealth wellness program available to eligible Faculty and Staff. We’ll briefly discuss the program, review how it works, and answer any questions you might have.

Did you know that this year there are two wellness incentives? Or that you can create teams in SmartHealth and compete against your coworkers?

Visit the WellCoug webpage and come spend your lunch with WellCoug to learn more about the program.

March 22  at 12:14-1 p.m. in Lighty 405 we’ll review how you can use SmartHealth to be a better you. This session will be available to non-Pullman sites via AMS Videoconferencing Services, check the events page for details at your location or to request a new site.

Questions? Please contact Human Resource Services at (509) 335-4521 or

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