School-Based Health Centers

Ensuring that students have access to high-quality health care when they need it

About School-Based Health Centers (SBHC)

The purpose of SBHCs is to provide a model of service delivery that ensures comprehensive care to adolescents and improve the overall physical and emotional health of students. The availability of on-site healthcare reduces absenteeism and encourages adolescents to take responsibility for their own well-being.

Our School-Based Health Center (SBHC) is licensed health care providers, who collaborate with schools to address the broad range of concerns and adverse experiences that affect students’ healthy development. They work in conjunction with school nurses to provide expanded medical and behavioral health services to students during the school day.

At the School-Based Health Center, your child can receive the services at no cost to you, regardless of insurance status. The SBHC is allowed to bill insurance, however there are no co-pays for you, and you do not receive a bill. There is no requirement to transfer care from your primary care provider (PCP).

School-Based Health Centers

Registered High School Students ONLY

Freeport
High School

So. Brookside Dr., Freeport, New York
(516) 867-5329

Roosevelt
High School

Wagner Ave, Roosevelt, New York
(516) 345-7229

Westbury
High School

1 Post Road, Westbury, New York
(516) 874-1970

School-Based Health Center Services includes:

  • Complete physical examinations
  • Medications and prescriptions
  • Medical laboratory tests
  • Vaccines and Routine Immunizations
  • Medical care, including treatment for urgent and chronic conditions
  • Screening for vision, hearing, asthma, obesity, and other medical conditions
  • Health Education and Counseling
  • Mental Health Counseling and Services

How Do You Enroll in your SBHC program?

Services are available to all students who are currently enrolled in one of our partnering high schools and have a signed consent form on file.

SBHC Enrollments forms can be filled out in two ways:

  1. Select the link below, print the form, fill it out, bring it to your child’s SBHC or Nurse Office.
  2. Select link below, fill out the form digitally, save it on your computer, email it to: ahyppoli@numc.edu

If you have any questions, please contact us HERE.

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