The NIH Health and Wellness Council and the Office of Research Services, Division of Amenities and Transportation Services, are proud to announce the re-launch of the newly enhanced Wellness@NIH website, at :https://wellnessatnih.ors.od.nih.gov/.
The Wellness@NIH website serves as the NIH's information clearinghouse on all things related to health and well-being for NIH employees. The website includes pages on fitness, nutrition, tobacco-free, work/life balance, and employee safety, supporting a holistic approach to employee well-being and allowing the NIH to "take its own best advice."
One of the biggest changes to the new site is the conversion of Wellness@NIH from an internal site to a website available to the general public. This allows the NIH's efforts on enhancing health, extending life, and reducing illness and disability to a wider audience. Additionally, the new site is now mobile-optimized, allowing users to view the site on phones and tablets.
To check out the new features go to
If you have questions or comments about the new site, please contact the Fitness and Well-being Program Manager, Mr. Chris Gaines, at
firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 301-451-3631.
Through the end of June, NIH is highlighting wellness-supporting events through the "Spring into Wellness" campaign. To learn more about NIH-sponsored events that support your financial, social, career, physical and community well-being, check out the campaign website at:
You may also follow us @NIHEmplSrvcs on Twitter for more information about services that can assist you with balancing work and family, making healthy food choices, as well as other programs and employee services to improve your well-being.