Upcoming ABGOH Events
Mental Health…It’s Great for Business!
SAVE THE DATE for the upcoming Mayor’s Health and Fitness Council – Austin Business Group on Health meeting on Friday, May 19th, 12 pm (noon). To gain access to this event, you must RSVP by CLICKING HERE. Registration will remain open thru COB Wednesday, 5/17/2023. Please be sure to indicate if you plan to attend in person or virtually so we can plan catering accordingly. Late registration requests will not be accepted.
Mental health is an essential component to achieving one’s overall health. Being able to identify and support an individual who may be experiencing a mental health issue is important, not only for the individual who is experiencing a mental health issue, but also as an employer. Integrating mental health into your business health plan is essential to create a healthy work environment, but also to decrease the overall cost of health care.
1) the healthcare crisis, including post-pandemic,
2) how to identify an individual who may be experiencing a mental health issue, and
3) discuss options to support individuals struggling with a mental health issue.
Dr. CeCe Noll is a board-certified family nurse practitioner with a subspecialty in mental health. She has more than 30 years of experience in mental health and family practice nursing and has worked for Premise Health since 2010 as a provider and health center manager and most recently as a group health center manager, overseeing 4 primary care and occupational health clinics. She continues to see primary care and mental health patients, and her passion is helping patients manage complex health issues, especially those patients with mental health concerns. Dr. Noll also developed and implemented the Mental Health Collaborative Care Model that improves access to mental health services through coordinating mental health care for patients within the primary care clinic, in collaboration with a community psychiatrist. She is also an adjunct professor in the doctoral nursing program for the School of Nursing and Health Sciences at the University of Missouri, Kansas City, teaching Policy and Politics in Nursing and Health Care.
Dr. Noll graduated from The University of Kansas, Kansas City with her bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degree in Nursing. She moved to Austin in 2005 from Kansas City where her 2 adult sons both live. She has a life-partner, Ed, with 4 children and 5 grandchildren. She loves the KU Jayhawks, KC Chiefs and Royals, and loves traveling, listening to live music, as well as singing and writing music.