Self-care tips to consider during this busy time of year
King County employees have access to a new wellness tool. Omada® is a program to support you and eligible covered family members in achieving your goals toward healthy weight and reducing your risk of certain chronic diseases.
Every year, on the third Thursday of November, the American Cancer Society challenges smokers to quit during the Great American Smokeout for at least 24 hours. With that in mind, we’re giving you a good reason for every hour of Thursday to keep you motivated all day long.
Shawna Johnson is a positive force who works to make it easy for you to protect yourself, your family, and your co-workers. Shawna organizes our onsite flu shot events. Take a look! Still need to get your flu shot?
King County wants employees to be healthy so you can feel good, get the most out of life, and do your best work for the community we serve. If you missed the opportunity to get a flu shot at work, here are some tips for getting your flu shot through your health plan.
Open Enrollment is just around the corner. Are you considering the newest health plan option, KingCare Select? Watch a video to learn what a few King County employees think about this plan.
Do you cover a spouse or state-registered domestic partner on your King County medical plan? If so, a monthly Benefit Access Fee may apply, depending on the medical plan you choose and your employee benefit group.