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Continuing and Expanding Care through TeleHealth

As the situation around COVID-19 continues to impact our student community, we want to assure you that USC Student Health will continue to provide care—even expanding access through TeleHealth—during this time.

USC Student Health will remain in operation; we will be part of the health care response community, and in alignment with other Keck Medicine of USC care centers, we are launching TeleHealth as a measure of providing care while also following public health guidance on social distancing.

When counseling and clinical care meet: Jennifer Hsia joins USC Student Health as its first behavioral health consultant

Portrait style photo of Jennifer Hsia, who is photographed standing outside in front of a wall that is covered with bushes and a tree. She is wearing a black jacket and black t-shirt that says "USC Student" Health.
Jennifer Hsia will recognize opportunities to provide mental health consultation when it can benefit a patient's health at USC. (USC Photo/Gus Ruelas)

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.