Welcome to the GME Wellness Resources Page
GME Wellness Goals:
The GME Department at the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine is dedicated to providing resources and programming to keep our resident physicians healthy and resilient.
Our goal is to create an environment where residents have the support to care for their physical and mental health needs. We also offer a variety of programs that will support residents in learning how to develop skill sets which will take them well beyond the GME experience and will support them throughout their career.
Resident Health Resources:
Confidential Mental Health Self Screening
Should you screen positive on any of the tests we encourage you to reach out to the mental health resources listed on the Screening for Mental Health website.
Home Town Health Resources
Resident Mental Health Resources:
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
WorkLifeMatters is a confidential employee assistance program that provides employees and their dependents with a confidential assessment, problem identification, and assistance with certain life events.
- They have 24 hour counseling available with licensed professionals
- They also offer assistance with
- Family matters like parenting, elder care, special needs help and more
- Financial and legal assistance
- Wellness assistance
For more information call (800) 386-7055 or visit WorkLifeMatters
GME Wellness Coordinator
For information about wellness resources contact Ana Vega at 775-284-9113 or email@example.com
In any emergency involving physical harm or a threat to a life, please call 911 (9-911 from a campus phone) or contact the Reno Police Department Dispatch at 334-COPS (2677) immediately.
- Crisis Call Hotline: (775) 784-8090
- National Suicide Prevention Hotline: (800) 273-8255
- Hope Line Network: (800) 784-2433
How can a Chaplain offer support – Chaplains are trained clinicians who can offer support and reflective listening. They may be able to help you navigate some of the challenging situations that you are faced with during your years as a resident and beyond as a non-resident physician. They offer support with situations such as moral and ethical issues, grief and loss. They can offer spiritual support and they are also able to offer secular support. They are available Monday - Friday from 8am - 5pm but they also have on-call services for nights and weekends.
Renown: Brent Hoy-Bianchi – To reach spiritual care call: (775) 982-7676 e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org