Wellness Programs

6-Week Wellness Plan

Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired?

Many of the current health problems that plague our society are the result of our lifestyles. Let us help you to navigate your way to a healthier state of living that can improve your overall health and even prevent and cure the most common chronic conditions found in today’s society.

Through your 6-week journey you will learn ways to eat healthier, sleep better, exercise more effectively, and manage stress. Wellness visits are scheduled for 30 minutes on Monday and Wednesday mornings from 8:30–11:30 a.m.

Email Tammy Mathews at tdmatthews@campbell.edu with the subject “Wellness Plan.”

CU Lose Weight

“Why Our Bodies Like to Gain Weight and What We Can Do About It” is hosted monthly by Nicholas Pennings, DO (School of Osteopathic Medicine Assistant Professor Family Medicine and Board Certified in Family Medicine and Obesity Medicine).

  • Discover what is driving the obesity crisis in the US and the World
  • Identify lifestyle changes that improve your health
  • Learn about the new weight loss program at Campbell University

For more information about CU Lose Weight and other healthy living initiatives sponsored by the Campbell University Health Center, visit us on Facebook.

Diabetes Community Health Project

Patients with diabetes or pre-diabetes are encouraged to join the diabetes counseling program on campus, managed by Dr. Katie Trotta, PharmD and other clinical pharmacy faculty. The program provides diabetes education and counseling on medications, diet, exercise, checking blood sugar, and other important lifestyle modifications for patients with diabetes.

Faculty, staff, students, and community patients are invited to join this free program. Patients with Campbell University’s health insurance plan may receive their medications at a discounted co-payment if regularly attending the program.

For more information or to book an appointment, contact Dr. Katie Trotta trotta@campbell.edu.