Mental Health Service - LSU Student Health Center

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Creating a healthier campus community
Mission
To provide, promote and
support services that
integrate individual health,
education for health,
prevention of disease,
clinical treatment for illness
and public health
responsibilities consistent
with the educational
mission of the University.
Administrative Staff
Leah Arnett
Drayton Vincent
Executive Director
Clinical Director
Mental Health Service
Timothy Honigman
Julie Hupperich
Chief of Medical Staff
Associate Director
Quality
• Fully accredited, since 1989, by the Accreditation
Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC)
• Hosts an American Psychological Association
(APA) accredited psychology internship
• Consistently ranks in the top three student
service units on campus, according to the
Graduating Undergraduate Survey
• Received a 93.5% satisfactory rating from the
299 students who completed the annual patient
satisfaction survey conducted in April 2011 in the
medical clinics
Accessible
• Implementing an electronic clinic management system,
including electronic health records and an online student portal
• Installed new landscaping and implementing a new wayfinding
system
• Relocated and expanded rehabilitation services
• Expanded psychiatric services and hired an alcohol counselor
• Enhanced unit websites
• Conducted a facility study recently to identify space utilization
and future renovation/ expansion recommendations
• Improved triage system in the medical clinic
Affordable
• Visits to a primary care clinician, a mental health clinician and a
registered dietitian are included in the student health fee.
• A cost study conducted from July 2009 to June 2010 revealed that
54% of the students who visited the Medical Clinics were charged $19
or less for the visit, with 36% being assessed no additional charge.
Eligibility
• Full-time students who pay the Health Center fee
as part of their tuition and fees (Fall ‘12- $155)
• Part-time students who opt to pay the fee
• Non-student spouses who elect to pay the fee
Student Insurance
• New university-sponsored Student Accident and
Sickness Insurance Plan with Macori
• Provides enhanced and expanded coverage at
affordable rates
• Coordinator in the Student Health Center, Celeste
Carney (225/ 578-3304), to answer questions and assist
with enrollment and claims submittal
Hours
Fall & Spring Semesters
Monday – Friday
8:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday
8:00am – 11:30am
(Medical Clinic only)
Summer Term
Monday – Friday
8:00am – 4:15pm
Information regarding care available after hours is posted at each
entrance of the Student Health Center and on our website.
Scope of Services
Medical Clinics
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Primary care clinic
Specialty clinics
Pharmacy
Laboratory
Diagnostic imaging
Physical rehabilitation
Mental Health
Service
• Individual and group
counseling
• Psychopharmacology
Health Promotion
• Individual health
advising, including
nutrition counseling
• Group programming
• Classes
• Volunteer opportunities
Medical Clinics
Specialty Clinics
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Allergy and immunizations
Dental screening
Dermatology
Ear/ nose/ throat
Gynecology
Ophthalmology
Orthopedics
Injection Clinic
• Allergy shots
•Tuberculosis test
• Flu vaccine (Oct./ Nov.)
•Tetanus/ Diptheria
• Hepatitis A & B
•Typhoid
• Menveo (Meningitis)
•Varicella (Chicken Pox)
• Measles/ Mumps/ Rubella
•Gardasil (males and females)
Monday – Thursday
8:30 – 11:00am, 1:00 – 3:30pm
Fridays
8:30 – 11:30am
Women’s Clinic
Pharmacy
• Fills prescriptions from
physicians both within
and outside of the
Student Health Center
• Carries a number of
over-the-counter
medications, including
pain relievers,
decongestants,
antacids and vitamins
Student Health Tool Kit
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Multivitamins
Alcohol-based hand sanitizer
Antibacterial soap
Disinfectant spray
Surface disinfectant
Tissue
First Aid Kit
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Thermometer
Fever reducer/ pain reliever- acetaminophen, ibuprofen
Anti-diarrheal tablets
Triple antibiotic ointment
Burn relief cream
Sterile dressings
Assortment of adhesive bandages
Mental Health Service
Mental Health Service
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Consultation
Crisis intervention
Individual therapy
Group therapy
alcohol/drug abuse
depression
family issues
self-esteem
stress
anxiety
eating disorders
relationships
sexual assault
survival of abuse
Health Promotion
Health Promotion and
Wellness Services
• Campus health
promotion events
• Individual consultations
and referral
• Class and group
presentations
• Media campaigns and
resource room
• Academic and other
courses
• Volunteer opportunities
On-line Health Education
• Increases the “reach” of health education
programming
• Available 24/7
• Allows students to explore personal concerns
without fear of embarrassment
• Preferred mode to seek health information
• A national trend
www.mystudentbody.com (MSB)
For more information, visit MSB,
create a username and password and use school code TIGERPARENT.
Essentials Course
Freshmen Requirement
• Easily defined group
• First semester (actually, the first six weeks of
it) is a crucial time in the academic career of a
new student
• Many of the alcohol-related disciplinary
incidents involve first year students
• Many students already come to LSU with
established risky drinking patterns
Health Messages
• Practice good safety skills- travel
in groups, take well-lit pathways,
lock doors and windows, protect
personal information online.
• If you get a credit card, only get ONE and pay it off EVERY
month.
• You don’t have to gain weight your first year in college. Eat
healthfully and stay active!
• It’s normal to feel a little stressed, sad or lonely at times when
making the transition to college.
• You deserve to be in a healthy relationship, built on mutual
respect and trust.
Health Messages
• You do not have to drink or have
sex to have fun at LSU.
• Students who drink more than a
few drinks in a sitting tend to get lower grades.
• If you choose to be sexually active, practice safer
sex…EVERY time.
• Getting drunk is not the same as giving someone permission
to have sex with you.
• If a friend needs help, it’s better to say something than to be
a bystander.
• There are a lot of people on staff here at LSU who want to
help you have the best possible college experience!
A Parent’s Role
Be clear about expectations
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Attending class
Drinking
Financial responsibility
Study time vs. social time
Keep open lines of
communication
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How are you doing?
Do you like your classes?
Are you feeling overwhelmed?
What can we do to help?
Familiarize yourself with
University resources
www.lsu.edu/shc
Thank You!
Student Health Center Building
[email protected]
Infirmary Road
225/578-6271
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803-2401
www.lsu.edu/shc

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