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Mayo Clinic and the Program on Physician Well-Being are committed to supporting the well-being of all members of the health care team through practice efficiency, leadership development, cultivating a positive work community and more.
Established in 2007, the mission of the Mayo Clinic Program on Physician Well-Being is to promote physician well-being through research, education, and development of individual and organizational well-being initiatives that optimize physician satisfaction and performance.
Facilities that support physician well-being include the Mayo Clinic Physician Health Center, Dan Abraham Healthy Living Center and Office of Staff Services.
Physician well-being and job satisfaction is enhanced through leadership and faculty continuous professional development and intentional strategies to build social connections.
The Mayo Clinic Program on Physician Well-Being offers all employees access to the online Well-Being Index resource, a self-assessment tool for immediate comparison and feedback on personal well-being.
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