Health Delivery
School-Based Health Center
3100 Webber St.
Saginaw, MI 48601
Phone: (989) 399-6120
Fax: (989) 399-6122

Services Provided:

  • Physicals (Sports and School)
  • Treatment for Illness or Injuries
  • Health Education
  • Vaccines (Shots)
  • Counseling
  • TB Tests
  • Lab Tests
  • Dental Bus
  • Medicaid Enrollment and Much More

 

Hours of Operation:
Monday:  8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Tuesday – Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

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Additional Information:

Services are available during school hours in Room 152 and open to students ages 10-21. This allows for consistent, convenient and carefree medical services-including everything from sports physicals and well-child visits to treatment of illness, injuries or chronic conditions to counseling and health education. This approach helps to ensure the best care possible for the students-right in their school.

“Access to culturally competent, high quality, first-contact primary care through school-based health centers is an effective way to reduce health inequities and, therefore, improve health outcomes for socially disadvantaged children and adolescents.”
–National Assembly on School-Based Health Care (NASBHC)

 

Cost:

SBHC happily accepts

  • All Kids
  • Medicaid
  • Most Private Insurance

Individuals without insurance will have access to a sliding fee scale based on income. The staff at the School-Based Health Center is also able to sign students up for both MiChild and Healthy Kids if they are uninsured.

How Do I Get Services?

  • Parental consent required for all services (except Adolescent Confidential Health Services as per Michigan law).
  • Walk-ins welcome for acute care issues
  • Students or parents may call and make appointments

Students also have an opportunity to be involved with their School-Based Health Center through the Teen Advisory Council which is established at both schools. Some of the activities include: participating in awareness campaigns on the issues of teen sexual health, pregnancy prevention, dating violence prevention, etc.; going to Lansing annually to participate in “Advocacy Day” for school-based health centers across Michigan; and by participating in community events to promote their health center and encourage people to enroll their students.

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World Health Organization-HIV/AIDS Department http://www.who.int/hiv/en/
Ryan White Program http://hab.hrsa.gov/abouthab/aboutprogram.html

Saginaw High School School-Based Health Center Medical Provider(s):

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Sarah Bobick

PA-C