We offer a wide range of services to meet the needs of aging adults and their families, including:
- Adults ages 60 and older can schedule an appointment with a UC Irvine Senior Health Services geriatrician for ongoing primary care or a consultation regarding specific health concerns.
- Our physicians provide preventive healthcare and treatment for acute and chronic illnesses.
- Our expertise is tailored to the specific needs of older adults.
- If you or a loved one suffers from memory loss, falls, frailty, urinary incontinence and functional decline, our physicians can help.
- You can see our physicians for either a one-time consultation or for ongoing primary care.
Memory Assessment Clinic
Have you ever misplaced your keys, forgotten a phone number or drawn a blank when trying to recall someone's name?
For some individuals, this type of forgetfulness is a normal part of aging and is not a cause for concern. When memory loss becomes disabling or interferes with daily living, it may be a warning sign of dementia.
It's important to identify and address the underlying cause of memory loss.
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Health Assessment Program for Seniors (HAPS)
HAPS is a comprehensive assessment for older adults with complex health concerns. It is a two-step process:
- You will first meet with each member of our multidisciplinary team, which consists of a geriatrician, geropsychologist, pharmacist, dietitian, social worker and occupational therapist. After this meeting, our HAPS team assembles a comprehensive plan of support that is specific to your needs.
- After the team assessment, patients and families return for a personalized family conference where team recommendations are reviewed.
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Learn more about any of our programs by calling 714-456-7007.
Our team at the SeniorHealth Center consists of a wide range of healthcare professionals who work together. They are specially trained in caring for the older adult. Our team includes geriatricians (physicians who specialize in the care of older adults), psychologists, physician assistants, geriatric pharmacists, occupational therapists, nurses and social workers.