LifeBridge Physician Wellness Program

It's About Not Just "Powering Through"

It's about having a safe harbor to empower and equip you with the tools you need to take care of yourself as well as you take care of your patients. The statistics of burnout amongst physicians is as high as 62% in some specialties. Our members need a confidential resource to help them cope and heal.

Participating Counties

Lifebridge Physician Wellness services are currently available to Wisconsin Medical Society members in Dane and LaCrosse counties. For information on how to launch Lifebridge Physician Wellness Program in your county, contact Jim Lorence.

Vetted Professionals

LifeBridge is a staff of highly-trained therapists and psychologists vetted by the Wisconsin Medical Society. Members in participating counties are eligible for up to 6 free sessions per year.

Our therapists can assist with:
  • depression
  • chronic stress
  • financial stress
  • addiction
  • malpractice litigation stress

Virtual appointments with initial consultations within 72 hours of request.

Appointments are totally confidential and are not reported for credentialing or licensing renewals.

This free resource is currently available to WisMed members in Dane and LaCrosse counties.

Where do I start?

  1. 1Call either number below to be connected to a secure voicemail, and leave your name and phone number. Choose from two excellent behavioral health providers.
    LifeStance Health, Inc. (Formerly Cornerstone Counseling Services, Inc.)
    Marshfield Clinic Health Systems, Inc.
  2. 2Your call is returned within 72 hours to triage your needs and align you with an appropriate psychologist or therapist. This call generally takes five minutes.
  3. 3The psychologist or therapist reaches out to you, and your first session is scheduled within two weeks.
  4. 4Schedule additional sessions after each session if you’d like. Members are eligible for up to 6 free sessions per year.

LifeBridge Flyer

The participating County Medical Societies' and Wisconsin Medical Society's role is limited to assisting members in accessing mental health services. These organizations are not health care providers nor provide health care services. Members should contact 911 or emergency services in the event of a life-threatening situation.