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Bridge Clinic tour

Sep. 25, 2019, 3:50 PM

 

Anne Hazlett, JD, senior adviser for Rural Affairs in the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), recently visited Vanderbilt University Medical Center for a tour of the addiction Bridge Clinic. The multispecialty clinic is designed to bridge inpatient, emergency department and outpatient care for patients with substance use disorder who are leaving Vanderbilt University Adult Hospital or the emergency room and require follow-up care for their addiction. From left are Erica Brice, PhD; David Marcovitz, MD; Hazlett; Katie White, MD, PhD; Charlie Baldwin, JD; Jameson Norton, MBA; and David Edwards, MD, PhD.
(photo by Steve Green)

Anne Hazlett, JD, senior adviser for Rural Affairs in the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), recently visited Vanderbilt University Medical Center for a tour of the addiction Bridge Clinic. The multispecialty clinic is designed to bridge inpatient, emergency department and outpatient care for patients with substance use disorder who are leaving Vanderbilt University Adult Hospital or the emergency room and require follow-up care for their addiction. From left are Erica Brice, PhD; David Marcovitz, MD; Hazlett; Katie White, MD, PhD; Charlie Baldwin, JD; Jameson Norton, MBA; and David Edwards, MD, PhD.

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