Family Centers' School Based Health Centers Open for Stamford Public Schools Students

Stamford Public Schools students may receive free physical exams, immunizations and other health services at School Based Health Centers (SBHC) located at seven high and middle schools in Stamford, now also including Cloonan Middle School. Other participating schools are Stamford High School, Westhill High School, AITE/Rippowam Middle School and Turn of River Middle School. For more information, to make an appointment or to download an enrollment form, click here.

SBHC, part of Family Centers, are free-standing medical centers staffed by licensed nurse practitioners, clinical social workers, dental professionals, a nutritionist and a health educator that provide on-site confidential physical, dental and mental health services to students enrolled in Stamford Public Schools.

SBHC are open to students attending a Stamford public school where a clinic is located, regardless of income or health care coverage. The dental clinic at Westhill High School is open to all students in Stamford Public Schools. Students must have a consent form on file signed by a parent or guardian to use the services.

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