• Occupational Health Clinic - OHC protects faculty and staff health while they are at work through programs to monitor exposure to workplace hazards and treat work-related illness and injury. The OHC also offers an Express Care Clinic for limited non-work related health care needs.
    • Work/Life Connections – EAP - WLC elevates stress resilience through group education and brief individual counseling or coaching. It has services devoted to the special issues encountered by faculty, physicians, and nurses in addition to those provided other staff. Critical Stress Management Debriefing for groups following major events is available.
    • Health Plus - HP promotes healthy lifestyles through programs such as Go for the Gold, Lifestyle Coaching, the Diabetes Prevention Program, and other healthy lifestyle promotion and prevention services . While the Health Plus offices are located inside the new Vanderbilt Recreation and Wellness Center; services are provided at multiple locations throughout campus and well as at One Hundred Oaks and Williamson County.
    • Nursing - Discover what makes Nurses at Vanderbilt exceptional
    • Nurse Wellness Committee -The Nurse Wellness Committee is devoted well-being advocacy to address stress, providing a safe work environment,  and balancing our professional and personal lives.
    • HealthIT Clinical Support for Nurses (eStar)
    • Workplace Violence Prevention - A brief overview of workplace violence prevention and available VUMC resources to respond to incidents and provide staff support.
    • SHARE Center - Confidential counseling and consultation to VUMC faculty, staff, and Allied Health students who have experienced or witnessed workplace sexual harassment.
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    • Performance Coaching - Offered through Work/Life Connections-EAP, this service for Vanderbilt faculty and staff focuses on enhancing productivity and workplace effectiveness through goal-setting and skill-building
    • Health Plus Lifestyle Coaching - Personal lifestyle coaching for Vanderbilt faculty/staff and spouses to help you find the motivation and tools to reach your goals. Goals might include losing weight, being more physically active, eating better, quitting smoking or lowering stress.
  • Vanderbilt University Medical Center Resources

    • VUMC Diversity and Inclusion - Diversity and inclusion are fundamental to our success in reducing health disparities in the populations we serve. Moreover, a workforce that is not only diverse but also inclusive in nature, is more effective at crafting innovative solutions to the major challenges of health care and in executing on those solutions as a team.
    • VUMC Office for Diversity Affairs - The best environment for learning is a diverse environment. There are numerous programs to support all students contributing to the diversity of our student body at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, including the Student National Medical Association and the Alliance for Cultural Diversity in Research, a graduate student organization.
    • Vanderbilt University Police Department - Professional law enforcement agency dedicated to the protection and security of Vanderbilt University and its diverse community. EMERGENCY — Call 911 or  from off campus, call (615) 421-1911 or -Non-Emergency — Call (615) 322-2745 or 2-2745 from a campus extension
    • VUMC Employee and Labor Relations, Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action, Disability (EAD) - Provides services and advises employees and managers about employment related concerns, including disciplinary matters, performance improvement plans, equal opportunity, affirmative action and disability services (EAD).