Welcome to the Wellness Office!
The Michigan Medicine Wellness Office is dedicated to improving workforce well-being, reducing professional burnout, and creating a caring, safe environment where all faculty, staff and learners at Michigan Medicine can thrive. Our focus is to help make workforce well-being part of your experience while providing excellent patient care, work, education, and research across Michigan Medicine.
Dr. Sandy Goel announced as Interim Chief Wellness Officer following the retirement of Dr. Kirk Brower
New well-being pages are available for House Officers and Program Directors of Resident Programs!
Read the National Plan for Health Workforce Well-Being sponsored by Michigan Medicine with contributions by Dr. Brower
Wellness Advocate Spotlight: Cathy Halasz
AMA has recognized Michigan Medicine's ongoing commitment to improving the well-being of its faculty, staff, and learners with a Joy in Medicine Bronze Recognition award. The Wellness Office works with Michigan Medicine leadership to put processes and structures in place to improve workforce well-being and will continue to measure progress toward that goal.
Michigan Medicine Wellness Office is a member of the U-M Ross Center for Positive Organizations Consortium, a vibrant, leader-to-leader learning and networking community designed to create highly effective workforces where people thrive.
Michigan Medicine unequivocally recognizes racism as a public health issue, and we should be standing out as leaders against inequality. We are committed to creating fundamental change that leads to a culture of anti-racism, and a medical school and health system that are leaders in equity, justice and inclusiveness for people of all colors.