Worknet/Employee Health – Use of Worknet is reserved for new employees and those with work related injuries/concerns.
Camden, NJ 08103
Phone: (856) 338-0350
Fax: (856) 338-9136
Employee Health – Will provide flu shots, PPD, and fit testing onsite at rotating intervals through the year. We come to you!
Carebridge – Employee Assistance Program. 800-437-0911. For personal problems, work-life, life management, wellness. When creating your account, please use Cooper Access Code WBPNF.
Individual and Group Interventions
- Emergent Needs – Call CareBridge, they will connect you to the counselor immediately to discuss next steps
- Non-emergent – Call CareBridge and you will be provided a list of affiliate counselors
Crisis for Immediate Need of Services: Text CONNECT to 741741 or call 1-800 273-TALK (8255)
The Christiana Care Wellbeing Repository of Resources and Information – a comprehensive list of resources and information to promote provider well-being.
National Academy of Medicine Action Collaborative on Clinician Well-Being and Resilience – Clinician well-being is essential for safe, high-quality patient care. However, clinicians of all kinds, across all specialties and care settings, are experiencing alarming rates of burnout. Among the most telling of statistics, more than 50 percent of U.S. physicians report significant symptoms. Burnout is a syndrome characterized by a high degree of emotional exhaustion and depersonalization (i.e., cynicism), and a low sense of personal accomplishment at work.
Crisis Centers in NJ
Camden – Oaks Integrated Care: 2201 W. Chapel Ave Cherry Hill 08002 24 hour hotline – 856-428-4357
Burlington – Legacy Treatment Services 218 A Sunset Road Willingboro 08046 24 hour hotline – 609-835-6180
Gloucester – Newpoint Behavioral Health Care @ Inspira Medical Center-Woodbury 509 N Broad St Woodbury 08096 – 856-845-9100
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