If you’re hurting for any reason, we want to meet with you. Please know that no one has to struggle alone; we are here for you. Today also marks the beginning of National Suicide Prevention Week. This is an important time to remember those affected by suicide, raise awareness, and offer hope. Over the coming weeks, you will hear more about the #BeThe1To campaign, 5 steps anyone can take to help someone in crisis: Ask • Keep Them Safe • Be There • Help Them Connect • Follow Up.
Trojans Respect Consent, a new program of USC Student Health, that requires all incoming first-year undergraduate students to participate in a 90-minute workshop on affirmative consent, begins on September 9. The workshop centers on practicing how to engage in conversations about sexual activity with other students. Read more at USC News.
Hsia, who started at USC in July, will be a bridge between medical and mental health services for student patients. Her role as a behavioral health consultant was developed collaboratively between medical and mental health teams in USC Student Health, working on an integrative approach to patient care. Read more at USC News.
Your health insurance plan is a key part of ensuring access to medical and mental health services that you may need. The USC Student Health… Read more »
For current and former patients seeking to verify medical records, including appointment history, a completed authorization for disclosure of health information form (PDF) must be signed (e-signatures are not accepted) and submitted with a copy of a government-issued ID to the Health Information Management Office by fax at (213) 740-4961; the form and documentation (clear photo of the documents, or scans) may be also be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women who were patients treated by former USC gynecologist George Tyndall from August 14, 1989 to June 21, 2016 may be affected by a class action settlement. Visit usctyndallsettlement.com for further information from the Settlement Administrator, or call (1-888-663-1718) or email email@example.com.
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Although there are no measles cases confirmed at USC, the recent outbreak in Los Angeles County has given us an opportunity to remind members of our community how to protect themselves against this preventable and serious disease.
A “wellness-to-go” vending machine is stocked with everything from ibuprofen and thermometers to pregnancy tests and emergency contraception. The machine gives students 24/7 access to… Read more »
The 24-hour center is nationally recognized for its state-of-the-art sexual assault survivor care, such as specialized medical care, forensic services, counseling and support, advocacy and… Read more »