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Committed to Fostering Physician Wellness

At The Center for Physician Wellbeing, we know that health care providers need to feel whole so that they can better deliver whole-person care. That’s why we’re on a mission to nourish a culture of wellness for AdventHealth physicians, advanced practice providers and their families through personal counseling and educational programs.

Learn more about our guiding principles and meet our team that’s dedicated to physician wellbeing.

Our Guiding Principles: Wellness in Body, Mind and Spirit

All of our services and programs are based on three reciprocal domains of wellness, developed by Stanford WellMD: Efficiency of Practice, Personal Resilience and Culture of Wellbeing. This model aligns with our strategic priorities and our philosophy of whole-person care that supports healing in body, mind and spirit.

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    Efficiency of Process (Body)

    Our services are guided by research findings and recommendations for effective organizational functioning. We strive to help create a more positive work environment through team building, efficiency improvements, cultural sensitivity and process improvement.

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    Personal Resilience (Mind)

    Caring for others can take a lot out of physicians. That’s why we utilize practices that restore personal energy, engagement and wellbeing for physicians, advanced practice providers and allied health professionals.

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    Culture of Wellbeing (Spirit)

    A healthy organizational culture in a hospital or health care facility must intentionally nourish the sanity and humanity of physicians. Such a culture creates a sense of belonging and a palpable knowing within every caregiver that the work we do together makes a difference in our own lives and in the lives of those we serve.

Meet Our Team

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Tyon Hall, PhD, LMFT

Program Director

Megan Dowdell, LMHC


Amanda Mitchell

Physician Culture Specialist