Depression Care Program

The General Internal Medicine Clinic provides comprehensive health care services. Depression is a medical illness that significantly affects health, self-care, and management of chronic illnesses. The Clinic began screening all patients in March 2010. Our Depression Care Program tracks the progress of patients who screen positive. If you are a patient of the Clinic and have depression, your Provider will provide information about depression, discuss available treatments and develop an individualized treatment plan to help you.

Depression Care Program Overview
Our program tracks screening and follow-up for patients with depression. The program works closely with the patient's primary care provider to coordinate care.
Patient Information Page
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Depression Protocols
Protocols/Algorithms related to depression screening and treatment
Clinician Tools
Depression screening and assessment tools for providers
Counseling Services at the General Internal Medicine Clinic
Counseling is available with a licensed clinical social worker located in the Internal Medicine Clinic
Suicidality
Assessments and protocols to help providers when suicidal thoughts or intentions are suspected
Involuntary Commitment