Items Tagged ‘well-being’

April 27th, 2017

Well-Being with a Purpose Reached its $50,000 Goal!

By The DAHLC dahlcsocialmedia

More than 2,400 Mayo Clinic employees participated in the Well-being with a Purpose challenge, achieving goals to get physically active and raise $50,000! Thanks to generous patient benefactors, Mike and Cathy Schultz, five departments across Mayo Clinic will receive funds that will advance practice and research to support patients. During this 4-week challenge, employees logged […]

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Tags: campaign, employees, mayo clinic, patients, well-being, well-being programs

February 15th, 2017

Well-being with a Purpose

By The DAHLC dahlcsocialmedia

How can we, as Mayo Clinic employees in Rochester, Arizona, Florida and the Health System, help our patients by funding the advancement of our practice and research? Answer: We get active. For the first-time ever, Mayo Clinic is introducing “Well-being with a Purpose”. This campaign is simple: The more we move, the more our patients benefit. […]

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Tags: Blog, give back, patient stories, well-being, well-being with a purpose

January 17th, 2017

Spiritual Well-being

By Amy - Coach heathamy

There is more to me than my body and mind. I have a body, but I am not my body. I have a mind, but I am not my mind. I also have thoughts, feelings, and desires… but I am not these things either. So who am I? I am a whole person, with an […]

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Tags: offering, series, spirituality, well-being

November 14th, 2016

DAHLC-Led Well-Being Programs for Mayo Clinic employees!

By The DAHLC dahlcsocialmedia

According to Mayo Clinic News Center (internal link), Mayo Clinic shared this message about new programs available to employees that was trialed at Rochester & Arizona. We are excited to share it is now rolling out to Rochester, SWMN and NWWI campuses (and planning for more in the future)! Mayo Clinic has long been concerned about your […]

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Tags: mayo clinic, new programs, well-being, well-being programs