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    Cleveland School-Based Health Center

    Our School-Based Health Center (SBHC) is a FREE service for students to get medical health care and is operated by King County Health Department and Kaiser Permanente, with funding support from the City of Seattle’s Families and Education Levy. For routine care, students need to complete a registration paperwork with their parent/guardian’s signature. The Health Center is staffed full time by a Nurse Practitioner, a Mental Health Counselor, and a Health Program Assistant. Please note that a parent/guardian signature is not needed for confidential care.

    Registration Paperwork

    Cleveland Registration Form
    Consent to Bill Form
    Notice of Privacy Practices
    FERPA Release Form
    Dental Registration Form


    Medical Visits

    • Routine physicals
    • Sports physicals
    • Reproductive health care: Birth control, STD screenings, emergency contraception
    • Treatment for acute and chronic illnesses
    • Immunizations
    • Asthma care
    • Illness and injury care
    • Nutrition and exercise information

    Mental Health Counseling

    • Mental health counseling
      • Depression
      • Anxiety and worry
      • Relationship problems
      • Family concerns
      • Grief and loss
    • Support Groups
    • Access to community resources

    When is the clinic open, and how do I make an appointment?

    Any student enrolled at Cleveland can be seen by our providers by having a parent or guardian complete and sign the registration forms and returned to the SBHC.


    Location

    Building 2-Main level RM 2060


    Clinic Hours

    7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
    Monday-Friday


    Staff

    Nurse Practitioner
    Lisa Gillett
    206-477-9189


    Health Program Assistant I

    Pam Lyons
    206-263-2608

    Mental Health Counselor
    Sara Maupin
    206-263-2489

    School Nurse
    Sue Porter
    206-252-7807

    The clinic is open 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday during the school year. Appointments can be made over the phone, 206-263-2608, or in person in the SBHC.