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University of Southern California
University of Southern California
USC Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy
USC Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy
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USC Student-Run Clinic

The mission of the USC Student-Run Clinic (SRC) is to deliver quality patient care to the underserved people of Los Angeles, and enhance health professional education through an inter-professional, team-based approach to health care.

Students from four professions: occupational therapy, medicine, pharmacy, and physician assistants work together in interprofessional Care Teams under close supervision of licensed USC Preceptors from all four professions. The Care Teams also consist of students at different levels of training, allowing for multiple layers of learning. Students can learn about each other’s unique roles in healthcare delivery and work together to assess, diagnose, and optimize the patient’s health and lifestyle to suit their unique needs.

Students: Jade (Medicine), Erick (Physician Assistant), Joyce (Occupational Therapy)

Students: Jade (Medicine), Erick (Physician Assistant), Joyce (Occupational Therapy)

The SRC provides occupational therapy students enriching opportunities, including the chance:

  1. to advocate for the occupational therapy profession;
  2. to work directly with people in the primary care setting; and
  3. to critically problem-solve patient care-plans while working in collaborative interprofessional Care Teams.

Additionally, occupational therapy students contribute to the Care Team in a unique way by providing the team with the patient’s narrative.

An interdisciplinary approach to patient care

An interdisciplinary approach to patient care

How to Get Involved

Consultation and guidance from Attending Physician, Dr. Gregerson

Consultation and guidance from Attending Physician, Dr. Gregerson

Occupational Therapy students will be allowed to participate in the Student-Run Clinics starting from the 2nd semester of their 1st year. It is vital for students to have gone through at least one practice immersion to better understand the multiple factors that occur within the clinic. In addition, all students who are interested in volunteering for the SRC must attend at least one training session. Sessions are scheduled throughout the academic year and more information can be found at the Student Involvement Fair.

Dr. Webb guides his team to problem-solve a patient case

Dr. Webb guides his team to problem-solve a patient case

Inter-Professional Health Symposium

Every Fall, SRC organizes a day of learning and experiencing the profession of all four disciplines through a structured symposium. Students have the opportunity to discuss and problem-solve patient cases with students from pharmacy, physician assistant, and medicine.

The last Symposium, “Interprofessional Street Medicine: Integrative Care for the Homeless,” was held on Saturday, September 28, 2019, at the Mayer Auditorium on the Health Science Campus.

Occupational Therapy students (left to right): Joyce Yoo, Amy Zhao, Sheridan Lamb, Elissa Taylor, Jorge Garcia-Figueroa

Occupational Therapy students (left to right): Joyce Yoo, Amy Zhao, Sheridan Lamb, Elissa Taylor, Jorge Garcia-Figueroa

Contact Us

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uscstudentrunclinic.com

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2021-2022 SRC Occupational Therapy Board

Occupational Therapy Chairs
Teresa Pham
Hilary Stanek

JWCH Clinic Site Coordinator
Chloe Rey-Talley

Mobile Clinic Site Coordinator
Vanessa Elshamy

Wellness Clinic Site Coordinator
Nadia Raymundo

Care Team Coordinators
Jocelyn Lee
Dakotah Rodriguez
Monica Martinez

Research Chairs
Tiffany Cha
Maggie Young

Special Events Chairs
Anijah Green
Katie Moreno

2020-2021 SRC Occupational Therapy Board

2019-2020 SRC Occupational Therapy Board

2018-2019 SRC Occupational Therapy Board

2017-2018 SRC Occupational Therapy Board