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July 1, 2011 to June 30, 2012
Main Campus Adolescent Medicine Clinic Visits: 7,768
Dublin Close To HomeSM Center on Venture Dr.
Adolescent Medicine Clinic Visits: 1,087
East Columbus Close To HomeSM Center Adolescent
Medicine Clinic Visits: 474
Total Adolescent Medicine Clinic Visits: 9,329
Total Inpatient Consultations: 25
Our team of experts in Adolescent Medicine provides high quality primary care and specialized services for eating disorders, substance abuse, pediatric gynecology, teen prenatal care, gynecologic and menstrual concerns, comprehensive family planning services and more for adolescents and young adults ages 11 to 21.
Here are just a few services and resources available to you:
• Team of experts
• Outpatient service locations
• Eating Disorder Program
• Medication Assisted Treatment for Addiction (MATA) clinic
• Teen and Pregnant (TaP) Program
• Long Acting Reversible Contraception clinic
• Menorrhagia Clinic
• Pediatric Gynecology
• Adolescent Gynecology
The Section of Adolescent Health also provides social work and nutrition services.
Full Potential Community Report
This comprehensive report depicts the health status of Franklin County's children. The report goes in depth, focusing on 10 key indicators worthy of community focus. The children of Franklin County face a number of health risks. Understanding the facts is the first step in helping them reach their full potential. A few indicators are highlighted below. View the full report.
Community report indicators include:
Nationwide Children's Hospital Eating Disorders Program
In March 2009, the Section of Adolescent Health launched the multidisciplinary Nationwide Children’s Hospital Eating Disorders program, which provides eating disorder assessment and treatment services in the outpatient setting. The program includes staff in medicine, psychology, social work, nursing and nutrition, with additional linkages to occupational therapy, massage therapy and recreational therapy. The program emphasizes care for adolescents with eating disorders and includes younger children on a case-by-case basis. The team also provides inpatient care for those adolescents requiring medical stabilization.