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 School Based Health Center Med

(Brookwood Elementary, Middle and High)

A School Based Health Center provides a range of standard, age-appropriate service to the students of a school, their families, and school staff, as directed and permitted by the school system. The facility is typically 2500 sq. ft. and is made possible through the School Based Health Center Capital Funding program.


The practice is to be staffed by a licensed, board certified, nurse practitioner (CRNP) trained in family medicine, which includes pediatric and adolescent health care. A Board Certified Pediatrician or Family Medicine physician provides supervision and oversight of the center. Licensed nurses support the CRNP in clinical activities. The practice staff is dedicated to creating a safe and inviting environment for youth.

Hours of Operation

Hours of operation will be set as part of the planning process with school leadership and parent advisors. Typical hours for school based health centers include hours of access before and/or after school (example: opening at 7:00 a.m. or closing after 3:00 p.m.).

Who Will Be Served

A school based health center targets students of the school system as the primary population to be served. Many health centers are open to members of the community and thereby provide much needed access to primary care services. Parent consent is required for students, and practice procedures promote maximum involvement of parents in the health care process. The school or school system will not release any information about a student or family without a signed ‘release of information’ document signed in advance by the parent or legal guardian. A student will not be taken to the school based health center by any school or school system personnel without the advance approval of the parent or legal guardian.

Access to Care

Insurance is billed whenever possible in order to sustain the practice. Visit fee discounts are available for those who qualify. Students of the school system will receive care regardless of their ability to pay.

Prevention Focused Services

Services at the School Based Health Center target prevention of illness and promoting healthy children and healthy lifestyles. Students can be treated for acute illnesses, such as flu, and chronic conditions, including asthma and diabetes. They can also be screened for dental, vision, and hearing problems.

Services Include:

  • Diagnosing and treating injury and illness
  • Chronic Disease Management (asthma, diabetes, etc.)
  • Comprehensive physical exams
  • Immunizations
  • Sports Physicals
  • Health Screenings
  • Laboratory tests
  • Referrals to specialty services as needed

For more information please click here: School Based Health Center Frequently Asked Questions

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OPEN until noon on Friday, September 25, 2015.

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Attention Parents and New Parents of the Brookwood Elementary School Family!
Free/Reduced Meal Online Application
You are now able to apply online for free and reduced meals online at  If you apply online, you DO NOT need to send in an application to your child’s school.  We look forward to serving you this school year.

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Lets all try and keep reading!
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Brookwood Elementary School’s Library is happy to announce that interactive eBooks from Capstone are now available. You can use these books from school, home or mobile device – 24/7, 365 days a year. Capstone’s interactive eBooks are device neutral, mobile friendly and iPad compatible. Click here or on the link on the Left Side of the page to get started!


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