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Employee, Faculty & Staff Health, Wellness & Safety Resources

Welcome to the LSUHSC Employee, Faculty and Staff Health, Wellness and Safety Resources page. Below is a list of on-campus programs and resources available to all LSU Health Sciences Center employees, faculty, and staff.
 

If you have an emergency or need immediate assistance, please contact:

Campus Assistance Program
(504) 568-8888
LSUHSC New Orleans Campus Police
(504) 568-8999
Local Police Department
911


Benefits and Insurance

Human Resource Management Insurance and Benefits Page 
 

Behavioral Sciences Center

Offers outpatient treatment, including evaluation, medication management and psychotherapy.  Also offers academic and neuropsychological testing to determine the presence of attention, learning, or psychological disorders affecting the following areas: intelligence, academic performance, memory, attention and concentration, and psychological functioning.  For more information call (504) 412-1580.
 

Campus Assistance Program (CAP)

Offers problem assessment, short-term counseling, and community referral information, as well as a 24-hour crisis line for employees, faculty, staff and their immediate family members.  CAP services are free of charge and confidential.  For the crisis line or to make an appointment call (504) 568-8888.
 

Campus Police

The Campus Police are here to help you, and your safety and security is their primary goal.  The Chief is available to consult with you about any potential safety issues. Additionally, they have police officers that have been trained specifically to deal with individuals who have been victims of domestic violence and other crimes.  For emergencies or additional information call (504) 568-8999.
 

Department of Communication Disorders

Provides comprehensive assessments, interventions and treatments in speech-language pathology and audiology. For more information call (504) 568-4348.
 

Drug Testing Program

The types of urine drug tests conducted are Post Job Offer, Reasonable Suspicion/Cause, Periodic Monitoring/Aftercare, Post-Accident, and Random. Medical Review Officer services are part of LSUHSC-NO's drug testing program. For more information call (504) 568-8888.
 

Faculty Handbook

The LSU Health Sciences Center New Orleans Faculty Handbook
 

Wellness Center

Offers cardiovascular and strength-training equipment, free weights, group exercise classes, and individual fitness assessments.  Amenities include locker rooms, shower facilities, saunas, wireless internet, lounge and snack bar area.  Located on the 3rd and 4th floors of Stanislaus Hall.  For more information call (504) 568-3700.


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