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Health Screenings

Free Fall Flu Shots

Faculty and employees – Learn more about flu shot clinics for yourself and one adult (18 years and older) member of your household in Google Drive. To register (required) for LVS 265 (self) or LVS 266 (household member) on NYUiLearn, login to NYUHome using your NYU NetID and password, click the Work tab, and click NYUiLearn Login. On the Welcome Page, click Course Catalog to find and register for:

  • LVS 265: Flu Shot, Faculty or Employee
  • LVS 266: Faculty or Employee Household Member 18+

Retirees – To register (required) for a free flu shot for you and one adult (18 years and over) member of your household on October 14, October 15, or November 12 only, send an email to askpeoplelink@nyu.edu or call 212-992-LINK (5465). When requesting an appointment, please include your a) full name and contact information and b) first, second, and third choice of appointment dates and times. Appointments are available in 30 minute increments. Please note that retirees must present an NYU retiree ID card at the screenings.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Kimmel Center for University Life
60 Washington Square South, Room 405
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10:00 am to 1:30 pm (retirees are also invited to attend)

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Kimmel Center for University Life
60 Washington Square South, Room 405
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12:00 noon to 3:30 pm (retirees are also invited to attend)

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Kimmel Center for University Life
60 Washington Square South, Room 405
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10:00 am to 1:30 pm

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Kimmel Center for University Life
60 Washington Square South, 10th floor
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10:00 am to 1:30 pm

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

University Human Resources
105 East 17th Street, Room 191
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10:00 am to 1:30 pm (retirees are also invited to attend)

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

School of Engineering
6 MetroTech Center, Rogers Hall, Room 116
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10:00 am to 1:30 pm

Health Screening
Health Screening

Health screenings are brought to you by NYU LiveSmart and University Human Resources.



Tip: Register on NYUiLearn for
LiveSmart Programs and Events

Login to NYUHome using your NYU NetID and password, click the Work tab, and click NYUiLearn Login. On the Welcome Page, click Course Catalog to find and register for an event.

Login to NYUiLearn via NYUHome


Benefits questions? Contact PeopleLink at 212-992-LINK (5465) or askpeoplelink@nyu.edu


A note about the fall and spring health screenings at NYU: All screenings and measurements are conducted privately, and results released only to you. A faculty or employee NYU ID is required to participate. For best results, consult and follow the below guidelines:

It’s never too early or too late to assess your bone health. Bone density screenings are quick, painless, and non-invasive. The Achilles Express device, used in the bone density screening, utilizes an ultrasonometer which is placed around the ankle. The results are available in minutes. Bone is living tissue that is always being absorbed and replaced. When the formation of new bone occurs at a slower rate than the removal of old bone, osteoporosis occurs. Osteoporosis is the most common bone disease. It causes bones to become weak and brittle, increasing the risk of unexpected fractures. To ensure the accuracy of the test results, please do not wear clothing that will obstruct access to the ankle (i.e. stockings or other fabrics.)

Most people don’t know they have a problem until stricken; don’t let yourself become a statistic. Half of all Americans have dangerously high levels of LDL—“Bad Cholesterol”—and too low protective HDL—“Good Cholesterol”. This screening will identify both HDL and LDL levels. Fasting or a light meal is preferred.

Skin is the largest organ of the body. It's our first layer of defense against the elements. As we age, we develop lines, wrinkles, age spots, dull skin, hyperpigmentation, and other skin concerns. Sun exposure, stress, extreme weather, and improper nutrition can exacerbate the aging process. The Derma Scanner, a major advancement in skin analysis, uses an ultra violet light to test the integrity of your skin and highlight problem areas. It can show skin damage that is invisible to the naked eye. For best results, use minimal face makeup.

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