Welcome to the Michigan Medicine

Wellness Office

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Welcome to the Wellness Office!

The Michigan Medicine Wellness Office is solely 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.

What will you find on the Wellness Office website?

  • This site provides information to learn more about workplace well-being, including workplace well-being toolkits (burnout toolkit available now), which are evidence-based interventions for leaders, faculty, staff, and learners to address several factors impacting workplace well-being.

  • You will also find detailed information about the Wellness Advocate Network, comprised of clinical, operational, instructional, and research leaders across Michigan Medicine actively engaged in furthering workplace well-being.

  • The Well-Being Help Center connects you with key resources to support individual and team needs, coordinated with many caring partners providing emotional health and well-being services.

  • Information and resources continually updated from the Family Care Task Force.

We hope you find the website helpful. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please contact us at wellness-office@umich.edu. Stay well and Go Blue!

Featured Items of Interest

Message from the Chief Wellness Officer
Burnout Toolkit
Well-Being Check-In Guide

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.