Organizational behavior is a complex of voluntary and intentional behaviors that are committed by the staffs and personnel of an organization even though they are not part of their official behaviors. The consequence of such behaviors is an enhancement of the functions and jobs of the organization. Organizational justice refers to ethical and fair behaviors of the staffs and personnel of the organization and is identified with 'equity', 'impartiality' and 'indiscrimination'. It is the organizational health that provides an opportunity for the staffs or their respective organization to perform far beyond the held expectations or their rivals. Considering these factors, the present study aimed at investigating the effect of the organizational health on organizational citizenship behaviors. It also aimed to explore the role of 'organizational healthy personality'   as a moderate factor.