Current and former clinical providers recall the origins and differences that have helped make the team what it is today.
Through the program — part of USC’s prioritization of Trojans’ mental health and well-being — students will be able to meet with a certified licensed mental health professional from USC Student Health.
In her second 2022 State of the University speech, the president reiterated her priorities of expanding the scope and scale of Keck Medicine of USC, while highlighting the accomplishments of the university’s health sciences community.
As chief health officer at USC Student Health, Van Orman keeps Trojans healthy. When COVID-19 struck, she found herself caring for the entire community’s wellbeing.
Keck Medicine of USC’s hospitals and USC Student Health earn the top score in the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s 2022 Healthcare Equality Index.
USC Student Health’s Sarah Van Orman credits masking, surveillance testing and high vaccination and booster rates with keeping the community safe.
USC is now requiring masking indoors for all individuals in university facilities, including vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals.
The updated athletic medicine program will allow USC’s student-athletes to benefit from Keck Medicine’s world-renowned experts and resources.
Broderick Leaks, a student mental health expert at USC, shares in his own words how to thrive in a time of stress and uncertainty.
The poet and performer wants his art and his own experiences as a Black, queer undergrad to help guide underrepresented members of the USC student community.