USC Geriatrics Healthcare Collective Program (GHC)
The USC Geriatrics Healthcare Collective Program (GHC) is a comprehensive interprofessional geriatric primary care-based assessment and training program with an emphasis on interprofessional training and team-based care. The focus is on improving recognition and care for patients who have cognitive impairment or have a dementia diagnosis, and who, in addition, have significant medical co-morbidities. GHC is a collaborative program between the following divisions and schools at USC: Keck School of Medicine, School of Social Work, Division of Physician Assistant Studies, School of Pharmacy, Mrs. T.H. Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry, and Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy.
The programs that fall under GHC are clinical and community-based. The clinical program is the Geriatric Assessment Program (GAP) clinic located at Keck Medical Center/Health Care Center 2. Our two community-based programs are the Interprofessional Geriatrics Curriculum (IPGC).
Are you a patient, family member or caregiver who is interesting in finding out more about our Geriatric Assessment clinic?
Are you a USC student interested in finding out about any one of our programs and how to participate?
Are you a faculty member who is interested in our interprofessional training day or want to find out more about faculty roles?
Are you a provider who is interested in finding out more about the GAP clinic and would like to refer a patient?