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Important Message for WellSpan Wellness Users:

On Dec. 2, 2019, the login process for the WellSpan Wellness Services website will change.  On this date users must log in with the same username and password they use for their MyWellSpan patient portal account.  Individuals who have not already signed up for a MyWellSpan account will need to register at https://my.wellspan.org/.

This is the first step of an overall plan to offer an enhanced and personalized Wellness portal for you – including a redesigned landing page.  We also look forward to the increased convenience and other advantages that aligning MyWellSpan and our Wellness platform will have for you over time.

WellSpan Wellness Services 
Your health matters.  We are here to help you not only improve your health but to also stay healthy.  Everyday, you make many small decisions that impact how well you live: the type and amount of food you eat, our physical activity, the safety measures that you take and your surroundings.  Join us on the journey of making the healthiest possible decisions.

What is Wellness?  Wellness is the active process of becoming aware that your health behaviors have an impact on your overall well-being.  By growing your awareness you can act to improve our eight dimensions of wellness.  Optimal health requires attention to each of them.

Elements of Wellness

Social - The ability to interact positively with others and to form healthy relationships.

Financial - The ability to gain a basic understanding of financial principles with the goal of achieving or maintaining current and future financial stability.

elements of wellness piechartOccupational - The ability to achieve personal satisfaction with one’s job/career.

Physical - The ability to understand the need for exercise and proper nutrition as well as the appropriate use of the healthcare system.

Environmental - The ability to understand the impact one has on the Earth (nature) as well as his/her personal environment, and striving to make these environments safer and cleaner.

Intellectual - The ability to continually challenge one’s mind and able to think critically.

Emotional - The ability to acknowledge one’s feelings and the feelings of others; as well as being able to express feelings, bounce back from life challenges, and feeling positive about life.

Spiritual - The ability to consider one’s purpose in life, being tolerant of other’s beliefs and living each day consistent with one’s values and beliefs.