I can so relate to your post! Also in heal care leadership and aside from the usual stresses, compound with reform, meaningful use, EHRs, blah, blah, blah - work is crazy. My mom had a stroke two weeks ago and is now in a rehab/nursing home, so I'm there nightly to check on her and then my dad to make sure he's eating, etc. then my husband and family... Yes stress is high right now. I find comfort and peace in quiet solitude with music, my Bible, and walking.
Now that I'm losing the weight, I find that food is not an option for me...at all. I talk to a few close friends, listen to Kelly Clarkson, "Stronger (what doesn't kill you makes you...)" REALLY LOUD sometimes helps!!!
Hang in there. Reconnect your spiritual side and center your sights on what you can do and manage. Take a walk. Deep breath. Talk to a good friend. Pray. One day at a time.
My mom used to say, " how do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time.". Not a food analogy, but a stress strategy. All the issues are over-whelming....deal with it one bite at a time.
Take care of yourself.