LifeBridge Nebraska

Every person needs a safe place they can talk about their stress and physicians are no different, which is why Nebraska Medical Association has launched LifeBridge Nebraska.

From work/life balance, litigation, family stressors, difficult patients/colleagues, to COVID fatigue/compassion fatigue—whatever the issue, LifeBridge Nebraska’s physician peer coaches provide a safe harbor. Address normal life difficulties and the challenges of a medical career, receive coaching on managing stress, and reclaim satisfaction in your career and personal life.

All physicians in Nebraska are welcome to use LifeBridge Nebraska’s peer-to-peer coaching program at no cost.

  • -Contact made with coach within 24 hours
  • -No insurance
  • -No information disclosed to employers, licensure, or medical board
  • -Free to all physicians in the state of Nebraska
  • -Private and confidential
Our hope is that Nebraska physicians will seek help as a normal response to acute and chronic stress rather than just “powering through.”

LifeBridge Partner Appreciation

LifeBridge Nebraska has experienced tremendous growth over the past few months and much of that is in part to our generous sustainability partners. Our partners have demonstrated that they value and prioritize the health and wellness of Nebraska physicians. With their support, LifeBridge can continue to provide our confidential peer-to-peer physician coaching completely free of

Columbus Community Hospital signs on as one of the newest sustainability partners for LifeBridge

LifeBridge Nebraska recognizes Columbus Community Hospital, who has made a 5-year commitment supporting the peer-to-peer physician coaching program. Physician wellness is a priority for Columbus as they understand physicians who are well provide the best care possible to their patients, leading to better health outcomes. “LifeBridge Nebraska is a timely and essential program that cares

LifeBridge Nebraska Medical Director to present at the 2022 FSPHP Conference in New Orleans.

LifeBridge Nebraska medical director Dr. Todd Stull, MD, will be presenting a poster presentation at the upcoming 2022 Federation of State Physician Health Programs (FSPHP) annual education conference. The conference centers around education relating to physician health programs. Physician health programs coordinate evaluation, treatment, and continuing care monitoring of physicians suffering from addictive, psychiatric, medical,