The Ohlone College Student Health Center champions student success by promoting the physical and emotional well-being of the campus community. As advocates for a healthy campus environment, the health center provides primary care and mental health services and health education to students in a safe and confidential manner.
Opening in January 1997, the Student Health Center is a collaborative effort with Washington Township Hospital Health Care District and the Ohlone Community College District, the first collaborative effort of its kind in California. Ohlone has served as a model for several other California community college health centers and hospital partnerships, including Las Positas College and Chabot College Student Health Centers. The Ohlone Student Health Center is supported, in whole, by a student health fee which is currently $22 per fall and spring semester, and $18 during the summer session.
The Ohlone Student Health Center is staffed by a group of dedicated professionals who are committed to promoting student health and wellness. We are a tight-knit family who take care of each other and are here to do the same for the Ohlone campus population.
|Swe Tun||Nurse Practitioner/Student Health Center Director||510.659.6258|
|Jessica Lopez||Medical Assistantemail@example.com||510.659.6258|
|Sang Leng Trieu||Project Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org||510.659.6258|
|Julie Navarro||Mental Health Counseloremail@example.com||510.659.6258|
|Harrison Lok||Digital Content Coordinatorfirstname.lastname@example.org||510.659.6258|
About Our Staff
Jessica has been the Medical Assistant/ Birth Control Counselor/ HIV tester at Ohlone Student Health Center since 2004. She works at both the Fremont and Newark campuses. Working front and back office duties. She loves to help Ohlone students and staff with any questions regarding the Health Center. Jessica received her Medical Assistant Certificate with ABCi: American Business College International in 2003. She Received a Family planning Basics Certificate with Center for Training in 2008. She also received a Certificate with dealing with difficult people in 2016. She received a certificate for Mental Health First Aid in 2016. She is also a mother of three and is very busy when she is not working. She plays Coed Soccer with her spouse and her boys play soccer as well. On the weekend they are usually on the soccer fields or spending time with family and friends.
Sang Leng Trieu, Dr.PH
Sang is the Project Director for STEP Up Ohlone Mental Health Program where she oversees the planning, implementation, and evaluation of the program. She started her tenure at the Ohlone Student Health Center in 1999, and in the last 22 years has held several roles leading health education and research activities. Her work in institutions of higher education spans five campuses in Northern and Southern California, serving as faculty and in student services roles. She holds two graduate degrees (MPH, DrPH) in public health. Sang is a marathon runner and enjoys traveling, reading, and getting her daily dose of Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf.
Julie Navarro, LCSW
Julie Navarro is a Mental Health Counselor who joined Ohlone in the Fall of 2018. She is passionate about creating a safe, nurturing, and confidential environment to foster connection and change. Julie is committed to the concept of authentic connection, which can lead to a more fulfilled life, and looks forward to continuing to help students achieve this at Ohlone. She is the clinical supervisor for graduate student trainees and interns who are themselves on the journey to become licensed mental health professionals. Julie is also fluent in American Sign Language, and works to provide the most accessible and comfortable communication for counseling sessions. She has spent the past 20 years serving both the hearing and Deaf/HH communities in b oth the Social Work and Mental Health field. She obtained her Masters in Social Work from SFSU in 2001, and her Licensed Clinical Social Worker in 2009. When she isn't at work, she is a busy mom of two teen boys, who play a variety of sports! She enjoys travel, swimming, hiking, reading, playing games, yoga and her mindfulness practice.
Harrison Lok is the Digital Content Coordinator for the Ohlone Student Health Center. He oversees and coordinates social media postings and website maintenance for the Student Health Center and STEP Up program. Harrison also oversees many technical aspects of the STEPUp program such as the Note to Self Podcast, creation of online learning modules, and hosting large scale conferences. Harrison is a recent graduate from San Jose State University where he received his degree in Management Information Systems. Harrison is now pursuing his masters degree in Information Technology at Cal State Fullerton. In his free time, Harrison is a frequent gamer. He also loves to support his local Golden State Warriors and is a huge Disney fanatic.