The North Carolina Professionals Health Program (NCPHP) – Encouraging the well-being and recovery of medical professionals through compassion, support and accountability.

Our experienced team assists health care providers with substance use disorders, mental health issues, burnout, communication problems and other issues that may affect their ability to deliver optimal care and services to their patients. Our expert evaluation, monitoring, and treatment referral programs also provide the basis upon which we advocate for participants to their employers, partners, hospitals, insurance panels, and licensing boards.

A Message from the NCPHP CEO


Invitation to a Discussion on Physician Suicide

Greensboro History Museum

May 15, 20224

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Medscape Physician Burnout & Depression Report 2024: ‘We Have Much Work to Do’

January 26, 2024

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I am Human

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National Health Workforce Well-Being Day of Awareness

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Physicians with Substance Use Disorder  Help Is Available

November 2023

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Physician Burnout and Career Fatigue – Part III

September 27, 2023

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2023 AAS Presidential Address – Removing the Mask

A Surgeon Shares Her Story of Recovery

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Want to lower physician burnout by 26%? Hire a scribe, study says

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