Innergy, a new weight loss program, now offered to JHU employees

Innergy is a weight loss program that is a convenient and highly personalized approach to lasting weight loss. The program was developed by faculty and staff at the Bloomberg School of Public Health's Welch Center for Prevention, Epidemiology and Clinical Research. A personal coach will work with you by phone, online, and through secure email to help you achieve and maintain your weight loss goals. Innergy is a two-year program designed to help you reach a healthier weight through lifestyle changes that become lifelong habits.

Innergy is being offered to university employees at a 20 percent discount as an incentive to join this Johns Hopkins–based weight management program. The membership fee for JHU employees is $27.47 per month for the first year and $13.73 per month for the second year of the program. Fees are paid mid-month through payroll deduction. University participants must be benefits-eligible with a body mass index (BMI) of 25 or greater to participate. To register for Innergy, go to

For more information on Innergy or other wellness programs, visit the Benefits website at or email

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