Wellness & Support

Wellness

UK COLLEGE OF MEDICINE RESOURCES 

 WORKPLACE SAFETY  PHYSICAL WELLNESS  CHLDCARE  FINANCIAL HEALTH  

PHYSICIAN WELLNESS  Diversity & inclusion  SPIRITUAL  ABUSE  

VICARIOUS TRAUMA TOOLKIT  Additional rESOURCES  

Support

The Department of Neurology provides access to various services designed specifically for faculty and trainees to receive support in dealing with the unique needs of individuals. Counseling services can help identify and resolve problems related to work, personal, career or relationships.

Physician Support Line

Lexington Medical Society Physician Wellness Program

UK Work-Life Counseling

UK REFER Program

Emergent Psychiatry Services

The Ridge Behavioral System

This is a peer-to-peer support line for physicians by physicians that is available to US based DO/MD/international equivalents at the attending, fellow, resident, intern, medical student, or research level. Any discussions are confidential and protected. 

Services include individual counseling, couples/family sessions, and sessions with spouse/partners alone.

These confidential and free counseling services are available to anyone.

Free & confidential counseling for life stress, work performance, substance abuse concerns, and mental health.

A Family Center Counseling service provided as a benefit to UK employees that focuses on personal, couple, and/or family concerns.

UK Department of Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic Access to confidential consultation is available through the UK Outpatient Clinic during business hours, five days per week.  

Call 859-323-6021 and follow the prompts for the Outpatient Clinic.

Access to confidential consultation regarding the need for emergency psychiatric services is available to 24 hours per day, seven days a week.

The housestaff officer is to call 859-268-6400 and ask for the Assessment Office and identify oneself as a UK resident/fellow needing immediate evaluation. 

Contact Information:

Department of Neurology

Education Office

740 S. Limestone,

Kentucky Clinic J-455

Lexington, KY  40536

NeuroEducation@uky.edu

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