Amy Rushton, Vice President of Behavioral Health for HCA Healthcare, recently spoke with us about mental health awareness and how to practice self-care at work.
A unique, free and confidential mental health program for the needs of HCA Healthcare hospital-based nurses. The resource is available 24/7 to help them manage anxiety, balance their work and life responsibilities, practice self-care and handle common nursing-related issues. Nurse Care is available by calling (800) 480-1234.
A free COVID-19 mental health resource hub, created by a national mental health coalition to meet the mental health needs of individuals during this pandemic. The online collection includes visual resources for maintaining your well-being and coping with mental health concerns during a global pandemic.
Beacon Health Wellbeing Program
Colleagues can schedule confidential in-person, phone or video call sessions with a licensed counselor. Colleagues receive five no-cost sessions per issue for each qualifying family member. Learn more by calling (800) 434-5100.
Bright Horizons Care Advantage
Free and unlimited access to programs to support colleagues looking for a babysitter, nanny, support for a special needs child, elder care provider, dog walker or housekeeper.
Doctor on Demand
A telemedicine app currently free for all colleagues and their dependents that connects you with board-certified physicians via video on a smartphone, tablet or computer. In addition to colds, sinus infections and skin and eye conditions, physicians can also provide care for anxiety, depression and stress.
American Nurses Association COVID-19 Resource Center
Free access to tools that support the mental health and resilience of nurses by the American Nurses Foundation.
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