Well-Being Consortium Meets at NCMS Headquarters in Raleigh

RALEIGH — The North Carolina Clinician and Physician Retention and Well-Being Consortium met Thursday at the NCMS headquarters in Raleigh.  The agenda included a history of the Consortium by NCMS COO Shawn Scott and a look forward from NCMS CLO Ashley Rodriguez.

The meeting also included an update from Corey Feist from the Dr. Lorna Breen Heroes’ Foundation about the Foundation’s partnership with the Consortium to lead the All In: Caring 4 NC’s Caregivers campaign.  This initiative is designed to improve and protect the mental health and well-being of clinicians in NC and will be a core focus of the Consortium’s work for 2024.

In attendance were executives from around the state including Thomas Mansfield, CEO of the NC Medical Board, Rep. Timothy Reeder, President of the NCMSF Board of Trustees, NCMS Board member Dr. Charul Haugan, and members of the North Carolina Medical Board.

Here are some photos from the event: