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Physician Wellness Resources

Caring for Others Begins With Caring for Ourselves

As a physician, you know firsthand the demands of your chosen profession. The long hours, busy days and emotional stressors can take a heavy toll, potentially affecting your ability to deliver exceptional patient care and impacting your personal life.

Maintaining your own well-being is extremely important. It's not an action you take once, but rather an ongoing awareness of and commitment to your physical, emotional and mental health. St. Luke's supports you in this effort and offers these trusted resources to help you care for yourself as well as you care for our patients.

Resources Specific to COVID-19 Crisis

General Physician Wellness Resources

For more resources available to St. Luke's medical staff providers, please log-in to the St. Luke's Provider Portal.

Are you in crisis or concerned about someone you know?

Call the Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline

The Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline is a confidential call-line and text-line, staffed 24/7, to provide crisis intervention, emotional support, problem-solving, and referrals to local resources for persons at risk for suicide and for those concerned about them. An online chat option is also available.

NOTE: You do not need to be in crisis to utilize these resources.

Help is just a phone call away. Please call or text (208) 398-4357.