The exceptional Behavioral Health team at Los Barrios Unidos Community Clinic (LBUCC) includes three licensed clinical social workers, a part time social worker, and a part time psychiatrist. Behavioral Health services are provided to patients by referral through LBUCC Clinicians.
Behavioral Health services are offered to patients of all ages who can be assisted by out-patient counseling interventions and/or medication management. These services include brief exam room consultations during a patient’s regular visit, individual counseling, disease management counseling, diagnostic assessments, medication management and referrals for offsite services as necessary.
LBUCC employs a full time Registered Dietitian who provides nutrition therapy for different health conditions such as diabetes and heart disease in which treatment and nutrition plays an important role. One-on-one consultation includes weight management, nutritional assessment, counseling and education in order to develop healthy eating and lifestyle habits. Weight management consultations include a Body Composition Analysis to measure body fat percentage. Group nutrition classes are provided monthly. Nutrition services are provided at no cost to LBUCC patients by referral only from LBUCC Clinicians.
LBUCC employs a full time Optometrist who provides comprehensive eye and vision care for adults and children, including the management of vision problems related to diabetes. LBUCC’s Optometrist also offers Diabetic Retinopathy screening. Optometry services are provided to LBUCC patients by referral only from LBUCC Clinicians.
LBUCC employs a part time Podiatrist who provides podiatry services that include diabetic foot care, foot infections, bunions, corns and calluses, heel pain and the treatment of nail conditions. Podiatry services are provided to LBUCC patients by referral only from LBUCC Clinicians.
LBUCC’s Clinicians provide referrals to specialists and other community resources as needed.