Wellness Center Phone: 208-467-8466
Wellness Center Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Wellness Center
The Wellness Center exists to promote and develop health and healing emotionally and physically within a Christian context of acceptance and love.
A variety of services are offered by our licensed and professionally trained staff.
|12:00 PM-1:00 PM||Closed for lunch|
|1:00 PM-5:00 PM||Walk-In Clinic open|
|9:00 AM - 12:00 PM||By appointment|
|12:00 PM - 1:00 PM||Closed for lunch|
|1:00 PM - 5:00 PM||By appointment|
See which preventive services you need this year.
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Wellness Center Facebook Page
Helping You Get Active
There are a number of resources on campus available to students and employees that help the NNU community get active.
Johnson Sports Center
Equipment is available to rent:
Outdoor Recreation Club
Physical Activity Tips
Local fun runs and fitness events
Local Medical Resources
Saltzer Quick Care:
Phone: (208) 463-3309
Address: 215 E Hawaii Avenue
St. Alphonsus Nampa (Mercy):
Phone: (208) 463-5000
Address: 1512 12th Ave. Rd.
Dr. Tristan Galloway:
Phone: (208) 250-3115
Phone: (208) 318-0536
Address: Greenhurst & 12th Avenue
Southwest District Health:
Phone: (208) 455-5300
Address: 13307 Miami Caldwell, ID
Saltzer Travel Health Nurse:
Phone: (208) 463-3000
Students traveling for mission work or for pleasure may consult with the Nurse regarding travel health needs. The Wellness Center, however, is not a travel clinic. Recommendations are based on the following sources: www.cdc.gov/travel and current medical literature. Students are encouraged to review CDC (Center for Disease Control) website information for their specific destination(s).
Healthy Eating Tips
- Go to nnudining.com to plan your menus before entering the dining hall.
- Find out what your perfect weight should be and set your goal, as well as determining a healthy eating and exercise plan. Make it fun and create a game of counting calories versus calorie burning.
- Stay away from sweets and things made with lots of white flour and sugar.
- Try whole wheat instead of white.
- The more colorful the food on your plate, the healthier it is.
- The salad bar is a great place to eat, but if you saturate your salad with too much dressing you're defeating the purpose.
- Make a sandwich on whole wheat or seven-grain bread--or no bread at all. Instead of potato chips eat a baked potato.
- Portion control is the key. Follow the 3oz to 4oz rule. A plate of food should only be 3 - 4 ounces per serving per item.