Danielle Brunet, LSW is a social worker at The Ohio State University Division of General Internal Medicine clinic, currently practicing at Outpatient Care East. In addition to providing direct patient care, Danielle is also the Social Work Supervisor.
Danielle received her Bachelor of Social Work degree from Bowling Green State University and continued her education at Franklin University, where she received a Master’s in Public Administration.
Danielle is passionate about integrated health care and the systematic coordination of social work services and primary care. Danielle and her colleagues work collaboratively with a multi-faceted team to provide a variety of services to patients. This includes mental health assessments, linkage to resources, individual counseling services, psychiatric consults, and group counseling services.
Tammy Compton, LSW
Martha Morehouse Outpatient Care
General Internal Medicine
Tammy Compton, LSW is the Medical Social Worker at OSUP General Internal Medicine at Martha Morehouse. She works with patients in need of resources such as food, medication assistance and counseling.
Tammy earned her Bachelor’s Degree in social work in 2009 at Wright State University. Since then she has gained experience in Ryan White/HIV case management, homeless hotline management, and worked in the 211 call center. She has a strong passion for helping others, especially those who have barriers to shelter and medical care. Tammy has experience working with immigrant populations and LGBT populations, and has many resources to link these populations to much needed help.
Tammy is a grandmother, mother, and wife, and is very interested in making her community, and Franklin County a better place to live for all.
Kerry Farrell, LISW-S is a social worker at the Internal Medicine and Pediatrics clinic at Outpatient Care East where she provides counseling and connects patients to resources. She completed her undergraduate education at Denison University and earned a Master’s in Social Work (MSW) at West Virginia University.
As a social worker, Kerry approaches patient care from a strengths-based perspective. She works with each patient to understand the reason they are seeking treatment, establish treatment plans, and set goals towards recovery. Kerry is a member of the National Association of Social Workers. She possesses a Certificate in Leadership in Human Services Management from The Ohio State University College of Social Work. She has been trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Motivational Interviewing (MI).
In her free time, Kerry enjoys supporting the arts, playing guitar, and spending time with family and friends.
Kinsey Ludt, LSW joined OSUMC in July 2018 and works as the medical specialty social worker for multiple OSU outpatient locations. She provides social work services to Rheumatology/Nephrology, Gastroenterology/Hepatology, Endocrinology, Pulmonary/Sleep Medicine, Cardiology and Dermatology specialties. Kinsey earned her master’s degree from The Ohio State University and focused on healthcare and mental health in academia as well as her internship with the James Cancer Hospital.
Kinsey practices according to the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) code of ethics, especially the patient’s right to self-determination while respecting the dignity and worth of the person. She believes that a collaborative approach to delivering healthcare reduces barriers to care and creates opportunities for more effective outcomes.