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About the Wellness Center

NNU Wellness Center

Mission Statement:

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. 

Health Services

    HOURS: Monday-Friday   
    12:00 PM-1:00 PM            Closed for lunch
      1:00 PM-5:00 PM            Walk-In Clinic open


    HOURS: Monday-Friday
      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

 Wellness Center Phone: 467-8466

 Wellness Center Email: wellnesscenter(at)nnu.edu


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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.

Exercise facilities-Johnson Sports Center

Outdoor Recreation Club
Equipment is available to rent.

Physical Activity Tips

Exercise Video Contest
Winning Video
Best Overall Workout
Best Health Message

Community Opportunities
Local fun runs and fitness events


Local Medical Resources

*Saltzer Quick Care: 463-3309 
     215 E Hawaii Avenue
*St. Alphonsus Nampa (Mercy): 463-5000
     1512 12th Ave. Rd.

*Dr. Tristan Galloway: (208) 250-3115

*Walgreen's Pharmacy: 318-0536
     Greenhurst & 12th Avenue
*Southwest District Health: 455-5300
      13307 Miami
      Caldwell, ID
*Saltzer Travel Health Nurse:  463-3000
      Marie Hergert  215 E Hawaii  Nampa

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.