Wellness Office

Welcome to the Wellness Office!

The Michigan Medicine Wellness Office is dedicated to improving workplace 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 workplace well-being part of your experience while providing excellent patient care, work, education, and research across Michigan Medicine.

Read the most recent message from Dr. Kirk Brower - Michigan Medicine's Chief Wellness Officer.
Click here for faculty & staff confidential compassionate counseling and consultation services at the Office of Counseling & Workplace Resilience
Click here for no cost confidential psychiatric and psychological services available for medical students
Crisis text Line:  a free external support service available to members of Michigan Medicine community 24/7.  Text "UMICH" to 741741

Your Well-Being Matters!

Michigan Medicine is an official supporter of the Charter on Physician Well-being and Renewal Medicine (CHARM), a group of leading medical centers and organizations that includes the AMA. The Charter helps health systems, organizations and individuals advance and promote physician well-being.

Through its Joy in Medicine Recognition Program, the AMA has recognized Michigan Medicine's ongoing commitment to improve the well-being of its faculty, staff and learners with a Bronze Recognition award. The Wellness Office works with Michigan Medicine leadership to put processes and structures in place to improve workplace well-being and will continue to measure progress toward that goal.

Michigan Medicine is a sponsor of the National Academy of Medicine Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience, a network of more than 200 organizations committed to reversing trends in clinician burnout.

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. Shelagh Saenz