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Physician Well-Being Program

We are committed to serving the needs of our communities, our patients — each other

The GME community strives to promote well-being so all our trainees at Baylor Scott & White Health know they are not alone. As a Baylor Scott & White graduate medical trainee, there are a variety of resources available to you. Learn more about all these resources below.

If you are in a crisis, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800.273.TALK (8255)

or

Contact the Crisis Text line by texting TALK to 741741

Get Support

Need someone to talk to? We are here to help.

Resource Contact Phone Number/Email
Colleague/Chief Resident Varies by program
Faculty/Program Director Varies by program
Employee Assistance Program 800.854.1446
Staff Well-Being Assistance During Difficult Life Events (SWADDLE) Maxine Trent 254.541.2696
Designated Institutional Official Christian Cable, MD 254.493.1376
GME Director Peggy Peters 717.343.3923
Chaplain Eric Hammer 254.231.1157
Chaplain 24/7 On-Call 254.724.2111
Confidential Email GMEWellbeing@BSWHealth.org
External Counselor Alton McCallum 254.307.2495

Resources

ACGME Physician Well-Being Initiative

The ACGME is committed to addressing physician well-being for individuals and as it relates to the clinical learning environment.

McLane Wellness Chair Annual Well-Being Day

Baylor Scott & White Health hosts two well-being events each year that focus on physician health and wellness as well as burnout prevention.