UCR Health Sponsors Talk with a Doc Wellness Series

Gerald Maguire, M.D., chair of psychiatry, will discuss ways to support and promote mental health and wellbeing

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Gerald Maguire, M.D., chair of psychiatry, will discuss ways to support and promote mental health and well being at the the Talk with a Doc Wellness Series

RIVERSIDE, Calif. (www.ucr.edu) – UCR Health, the clinical arm of the School of Medicine at the University of California, Riverside (UCR), is sponsoring the Talk with a Doc Wellness Series for faculty and staff of UCR. The first presentation is scheduled from 12-1 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 4 on the topic of mental health. Gerald Maguire, M.D., chair of psychiatry, will discuss ways to support and promote mental health and wellbeing.

Gerald Maguire, M.D.

Additional topics for future presentations in the wellness series include women’s health on Oct. 18, diabetes prevention on Nov. 1, and healthy aging on Nov. 15. All presentations will take place at the HUB Building, Room 302 South. Lunch will be provided. Space is limited. Please register to attend.

UCR Health has four locations in the Riverside area. Citrus Tower opened in May and provides multi-specialty services, including primary care, sports medicine, neurology, obstetrics and gynecology, pain medicine, aesthetic and reconstructive plastic surgery, as well as psychiatry. The newest offices at Citrus Tower add to an already extensive list of UCR Health medical offices which include women’s health at the Silver Oak facility, neurosurgery at the Riverbrock office, psychiatry at the Airport Tower in Irvine, and the family medicine center in Palm Springs.

“UCR Health has grown as we fulfill our mission of improving the health of people living in Inland Southern California,” said Michael Nduati, M.D., the senior associate dean for clinical affairs for the medical school. “Our aims are to continue expanding access to primary care and in selected medical specialties where there is a need.”

In addition to the new office space, UCR Health recently rolled out a new electronic medical record system (EMR), Epic, as part of a partnership with UC San Diego Health. The new EMR system is used in each of the UCR Health clinical sites which can share healthcare data across the UC Health system.

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