Map of Gainesville, Georgia highlighting Brenau's health care-related facilities.

Brenau’s Health Care Footprint in Gainesville

BRENAU’S HEALTH CARE FOOTPRINT IN GAINESVILLE

Brenau University health science students are well positioned geographically with Northeast Georgia Medical Center right next door. The institution’s five departments in the College of Health Sciences reach into the community through more than a dozen local partnerships, as well as partnerships near its north Atlanta campus in Norcross. Here are just a few of the places where Brenau and health care meet in Gainesville.

Map of Gainesville, Georgia highlighting Brenau's health care-related facilities.

1. BRENAU HISTORIC GAINESVILLE CAMPUS
500 Washington St. SE | Exercise science, psychology and undergraduate health science coursework; Brenau Center for Counseling and Psychological Services.

2. BRENAU DOWNTOWN CENTER
301 Main St. SW | Ivester College of Health Sciences, Department of Physical Therapy, Physical Therapy Faculty Practice and Pro Bono Wellness Initiative.

3. NORTHEAST GEORGIA MEDICAL CENTER
743 Spring St. NE | Physical therapy early mobility program, nursing clinicals.

4. BRENAU UNIVERSITY EAST
1001 Chestnut St. SE | Ivester College of Health Sciences; Mary Inez Grindle School of Nursing; sim lab; School of Occupational Therapy; the Center for Productive Living in the School of OT, which provides occupational therapy services to the underserved in the community through occupational therapy students directly supervised by clinical adjuncts.

5. GOOD NEWS CLINICS
810 Pine St. | Partnership with PT to offer the student-run Pro Bono Wellness Initiative.

6. BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF LANIER
1 Positive Place | Psychology students run mental health groups.

7. GAINESVILLE CITY SCHOOLS
508 Oak St. #2 | Nursing students work with RISE program.

8. HALL COUNTY SCHOOLS
711 Green St. | Nursing students work with RISE program.

9. MYRTLE TERRACES INDEPENDENT LIVING FACILITY
1326 Myrtle St. | OT students provide occupational therapy services for residents aging in place and health and wellness.

10. THE GUEST HOUSE SENIOR HEALTH & ACTIVITIES
360 Oak St., Suite A | OT students provide meaningful activities to attendees of adult day program for seniors with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.

11. AVITA COMMUNITY PARTNERS
915 Interstate Ridge Drive, Suite G | OT students provide occupational therapy services in behavioral health.

12. RANDY AND FRIENDS
210 Bradford St. NE | OT students provide prevocational skills training for individuals with acquired or congenital intellectual disabilities.

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