School-based clinics are located at designated elementary, middle and high schools in Multnomah County. We facilitate access to comprehensive preventive, primary and mental healthcare for Multnomah County school-aged youth, to keep them healthy and ready to learn.
- Routine physical exams, including sports physicals
- Early detection, diagnosis and treatment of illness and injury
- Vision, dental and blood pressure screenings
- Mental health services
- Age-appropriate reproductive health
- Routine lab tests
- Prescription medications
- Health education, counseling and wellness promotion
- Fitness and nutrition education and counseling
- Referrals for healthcare services not provided at the clinics
School-based health centers serve the elementary, middle and high school-aged youth of Multnomah County. Contact a clinic to see if you qualify.
School-based health centers are funded by insurance, Medicaid, grants and public funds. Providing your insurance information allows us to bill your insurance so we can serve as many students as possible.
If your insurance doesn’t pay for all or part of the cost, you are not responsible for any out-of-pocket expenses for services received from us.
Families with no health insurance or who do not provide insurance information are referred to an eligibility specialist to see if they qualify for the Oregon Health Plan or other insurance. This could fully insure your child for medical, dental and emergency services. We strongly encourage you to apply for this coverage.
About your visit
Appointments are recommended but walk-ins are welcome.
The forms below are for new clients, clients who have not been seen in a year or more, or if you've had any change to your address, phone, or household situation.
To avoid delays or possibly having your appointment rescheduled, please complete these forms and bring them with you to your appointment. With advance notice, we can mail them to you. You can also come in and pick them up before your appointment or come at least a half hour prior to your appointment to fill them out. You're welcome to fax them to the clinic where you’ll be seen.
Forms in English
Tambièn disponible en espanol
Anyone getting a sports physical must have an OR Student Activity Association (OSAA) sports physical clearance form filled out (history section), signed by parent/guardian and brought to their appointment for the provider to complete. This form is also available through most schools’ athletic offices.