Physician and Health Professional Burnout

Research shows that an average of 1 in 3 doctors suffer from symptomatic burnout on any given office day. Some surveys show burnout rates over 70%. Physician burnout and its complications are the #1 threat to a physician’s medical career.

Huge stress levels, long working hours, and poor work-life balance are contributors to physician burnout—a phenomenon that has reached epidemic proportions.  More severe cases can lead to a blurred sense of purpose and goals and—in extreme cases—may even lead to suicide. Physicians ignore the symptoms and those that do validate them don’t seek assistance– often because they don’t feel comfortable to do so.  This is detrimental to them, to their families and their patients.

Are you experiencing stress and burnout? How well are you coping?

Find out with a completely confidential online survey: Questions are drawn mainly from the Physician Worklife study, Memo study, and Healthy Workplace study. The Mini Z was developed by Dr. Mark Linzer and team at Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis MN. For more information, please view the website at  The Wellness 360° Program is here for you!

The Program

The Wellness 360° program offers physicians a support system that provides whole-person care and helps to mitigate any stage of physician burnout. while providing a safe, supportive environment where physicians and health professionals can receive the care they need and deserve.
All services are 100% confidential tailored to physician’s needs. It is quickly accessible at the convenience of the physician, free, and private with no disclosure of information to others, including insurance companies, or medical licensing boards. Click the video link to learn about causes and effects of burnout and benefits of the program: St. Vincent Grand Rounds Video Presentation -Wellness 360°
VCMS Presentation taken place at St. Vincent Hospital 1/24/18

Benefits of Wellness 360

  • Improved overall health
  • Stress reduction and life balance
  • Improved relationships professionally and personally
  • Improved patient satisfaction
  • Motivation to be well
  • Physicians will be equipped to deal with the pitfalls of their profession
  • Gained support system