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St. Luke’s University Health Network is committed to your physical and behavioral well-being. Accordingly, a Behavioral Health Specialist is now onsite in some primary care practices, as part of your comprehensive, patient-centered care team.

You may benefit from our integrated services if you are experiencing any of the following:

  • Depression, anxiety, stress, bipolar disorder
  • Eating issues, family stressors
  • Difficulty managing diabetes, high blood pressure, weight

A Behavioral Health Specialist will work along with your primary care physician to address behavioral health issues.

For more information on these services or to schedule an appointment with a Behavioral Health Specialist, please speak with your primary care physician. For your convenience e-visits are available.

Meet John Illingworth, Clinical Coordinator, Behavioral Integrations Program