The University promotes a healthy and safe work environment with comprehensive employee health services.
Princeton has a comprehensive range of health services for faculty and staff, to meet the goal of maintaining a healthy and safe work environment for all.
Employee Health Services
Employee Health Services are available to all full-time and part-time University faculty and staff for work-related injuries, short-term disability consultation, return-to-work evaluation after disability, restricted duty evaluation, medical surveillance programs, travel and immunization services, medical parking requests, and prevention and wellness programs.
Employee Assistance Program
The Employee Assistance Program, run by Carebridge, helps faculty and staff members with personal issues such as alcohol and drug abuse, stress and depression, financial issues, interpersonal relationships, married life, and parenting.
Employees can also take advantage of Carebridge’s extensive online library of educational materials and seminars on a number of current child, eldercare, health and wellness topics.
University wellness programs address a range of personal health issues, including nutrition, cancer prevention, physical illness, stress, depression, and anxiety. These programs are carried out via workshops, online risk assessment, a health and wellness library, and campus-wide wellness and prevention programs.