Location: F5/606 (take the F elevators to the 6th floor)
Badge-access only; if your badge isn’t working, contact Officer Brian Heferl in Hospital Security
The lounge is equipped with the following items for all House Staff to use: - Cable TV - Computer connected to the hospital system and Internet - Couches - Microwave - Telephone - Bulletin board
Employee Assistance Program
When you or your family need useful ideas, lifestyle coaching, helpful resources or reliable professional care, LifeMatters, your EAP (Employee Assistance Program) is just a phone call away. Services are free and confidential. Call toll-free 1-800-634-6433 or visit: https://uconnect.wisc.edu/pay/benefit-programs/employee-assistance-program/
LifeMatters offers confidential, free, face-to-face or telephone counseling for: - Stress, depression and personal problems - Balancing work and personal needs - Family and relationship concerns - Alcohol or drug dependency - Workplace conflicts
Guided Searches and Online Resources
How to Access EAP/LifeMatters Services
By phone: The program's user-friendly, confidential services are available to you and your eligible dependents 24 hours a day, every day of the year by calling 1-800-634-6433. You will need a password, which you can find on the UWHC Internet.
Online: On the Internet, go to http://www.neas.com and select "access member resources" to create a user profile that will allow you to access resources, educational information and self-service options. You will need a password, which you can find on the UWHC Internet.
UW Med School Ombudsperson
The VA Physical Therapy facility is available to residents from 7:30 to 8am, noon-1pm, and 4pm to 6pm weekdays.
UW recreational center pass (for the Natatorium and Serf) is: