We've Got Your Back Employee Assistance Program

Your well-being matters. That's why we’re here for you and your family with resources for healthcare, mental health, financial health, and other support.

Your Work Hasn’t Gone Unnoticed

At AMN Healthcare, the phrase when the going got tough, you got going epitomizes the tenacity of healthcare professionals just like you. For almost two years, you’ve been on the frontlines of a pandemic that has continually created new obstacles, not only for your patients but also for your own well-being. These EAP resources, provided for both you and your immediate family members, reflect the same kind of love, support and caring you’ve shown during these trying times.

Remember, you have a Clinical Management Team available to advocate for you at any time, no matter the issue, whether it be workplace or just someone to talk to. They can be reached 24 hours a day:  

(800) 282-0300

Emergency/Healthcare Resources

Clinician COVID-19 Exposure & Illness

Immediate access to case managers for healthcare professionals who are COVID+ or are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.

Suicide Prevention Hotline

Take a Breath. Help is Available.

Your mental health is a priority. If you or any of your family members are having suicidal thoughts, or if you need an immediate suicide prevention counselor, please don’t hesitate to reach out from the emergency contact number below.

Mental Health Crisis

24/7 mental health screening and referral services for clinicians who may feel the need to discuss a patient experience, family crisis or any mental health issue that requires services.

 

Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or text MHA to 74174 to reach a trained crisis counselor any time.

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Doctor-on-Demand

Immediate access to a physician for those who may need:

  • Immediate, non-emergency medical care
  • Acute and immediate non-emergency behavioral/mental health support
  • Return to work notices for clinicians

AMN Healthcare Commits to Kindness Week in 2022

Kicking off on Random Acts of Kindness Day

Kindness Week will be filled with a variety of themes and activities devoted to acts of kindness. Activities include delivering hand-written notes, meals, and cookies to healthcare professionals and essential workers, and a continuous encouragement for participants to share their stories of kindness on social media.

  • We invite patients, healthcare professionals, and essential workers to tell us how they are giving and receiving kindness via Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
  • Help us spread the word and share kindness with others.

Additional Resources for You & Your Family

Access this network of services that can help you improve your family’s health, achieve more at work and home, and handle any personal, legal or financial challenges you face. Strictly confidential, 24/7 access, whenever and wherever you need them.

Confidential Counseling

Addresses stress and relationship/personal issues

Financial Resources

Debt, credit card and retirement planning

Legal Support

Talk to an attorney by phone for advice

Work-Life Solutions

Delegate your “to-do” list (i.e., relocation, elder care, pet care)

Other Resources

Knowledge at your fingertips (school, wellness, financial, etc.)

Confidentiality Guaranteed

All services provided at no cost to you

Visit Guidanceresources.com

Organization Web ID: AMNHealthcare

You're Not Alone

18%

Physicians who report increased use of medications or alcohol during COVID-191

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48%

Nurses who report having feelings of burnout during COVID-191

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39%

Healthcare workers who felt they didn’t have adequate emotional support2

1 The Mental Health Impacts of Healthcare Burnout: How Mindfulness and Meditation Can Play a Role in Addressing the Issue, AMN Healthcare,

2The Mental Health of Healthcare Workers in COVID-19, Mental Health America, Surveyed June-September 2020