Nurse Well-Being

Nurse Well-Being

Memorial Hospital Belleville and Memorial Hospital Shiloh are committed to employee well-being, including nurses.

Several resources are available at both the system and organization level to influence the well-being of employees at Memorial. Some of these programs are outlined below:

BJC Resiliency Model & Website

BJC has several resources for resiliency that can be found at . The BJC Resiliency Model focuses on the five major components of resiliency: Meaning, Self-Care, Relationships, Self-Awareness, and Optimism. On the webpage, staff can find activities, articles, videos, and other resources for each of the components.

BJC Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

The BJC Employee Assistance Program is a free, confidential counseling program for all employees and their family members by phone, virtual, or in person. Not only does EAP provide counseling services, but also Work/Life Services such as: legal resources, child and elder care resources, referrals, and financial consultation, amongst others.


­­­­THRIVE is a resource for employees that supports all BJC team members to THRIVE-emotionally, physically, financially, and socially. The THRIVE webpage offers employees access to information on Work-Life (PTO, EAP, Parental Leave info), Recognition, Financial wellness and support, career development programs and other benefits such as legal services, adoption assistance, etc.

Workplace Violence Committee

In addition to these resources, Memorial has a Workplace Violence Committee that works on ensuring the safety and well-being of the employees at Memorial by implementing programs and reporting structures to minimize violent behavior, and or de-escalate stressful situations.