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BMC Wellness Program
Welcome to the BMC Wellness Program Website where you can explore questions and concerns about yourself and colleagues. The BMC Wellness Program is a resource for all providers, teachers and staff at BMC. Wellness can be supported across many domains: physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, relationship, religious, and social. This website provides information on existing programs and opportunities to help cope with work or personal problems and to promote wellness and health. Most resources are available to everyone, but some are specific for employees at BMC or BU, for BMC residents/fellows, or for BU students.
How’s Your Sleep?
Join us for an interactive lecture on getting a good night’s sleep and techniques for achieving restful sleep.
Fall Wellness Challenge:
Get 7-8 hours of sleep per night
We all have stress at certain times in our lives. A good night’s sleep can help you decrease your stress level and lose weight.
Passport to Wellness
The Hidden Burden of Shift Work
We partner with these key programs to help promote wellness:
BMC Employee Assistance Program – free, confidential counseling via toll-free phone line or in person for BMC employees and eligible dependents.
BMC Integrative medicine – patients and staff are offered a variety of integrative services at no charge or for a modest fee.
BMC Chaplain Services – pastoral counseling, family systems and working with groups as well as in a wide range of traditional spiritual and religious areas.
BMC Human Resources – non-confidential services for BMC employees (this link does not work if opened not from BMC or BU computer)
BU Faculty and Staff Assistance Office – free, confidential counseling and referral service for faculty, staff and their families with locations on both Medical and Charles River campuses
BU Office of the Ombuds – confidential, impartial, problem-solving resource serving faculty, staff, and students on the Charles River and Medical Campus.
BU Human Resources – Human Resources on the Medical Campus is available to prospective, current, and retired employees of Boston University. Their services are not confidential.