Elma Elementary School Based Health Center

Elma Elementary School's new school-based health center will provide medical, mental health, and dental services for students at Elma Elementary School. A school-based health center (SBHC) fosters learning readiness and academic achievement by ensuring that students' health needs are being met so they can focus on learning, playing, growing, and thriving.

The new school-based health center partners include local service providers: ESD 113, Summit Pacific Medical Center, and Elma Family Dental. These partners will work closely with the school nurse, school counselor, school administration, teachers, and other student support staff in the building to provide safe, appropriate, and culturally competent health care. 

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The SBHC will offer the following services:

  • Well-child checks and immunizations
  • Evaluation and treatment of common health problems
  • Medication management
  • Prevention and early intervention mental health services
  • Oral health care, including screening, and referral to treatment
  • Preventative health care, including health education and promotion
  • Health insurance eligibility and enrollment assistance
  • Referrals to other health care providers and specialists as needed

This program is an opt-in program, meaning that all services are provided only with parental consent. Services will be provided by local licensed medical professionals.

For more information, please contact Student Assistance Navigator Alexis Keating at [email protected]

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