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School-Based Health Center (SBHC)

Mercer School-Based Health Center (SBHC)

Contact Info and Staff

  • 1600 S Columbian Way, Seattle, WA 98108
  • Hours: 8:00am – 3:30 pm, Monday – Friday (closed on school holidays and breaks.)

Health Center Coordinator: Siri Clocksin

PA-C: Chelsea Allin

Mental Health Therapist: Laura Escalona-Flores

To make an Appointment or for questions:
Phone: (206) 762-2394
Text: (206) 490-0921
Email: Siric@neighborcare.org
 

What services are offered to students?

The Mercer SBHC is a full service health clinic that provides medical, dental and mental health care to the students of Asa Mercer Middle School. The Health Center is staffed by a Nurse Practitioner, a Mental Health Counselor and the Clinic Coordinator.  Insurance is not required. 

Services offered at the Mercer School-Based Health Center include:

  • Evaluation and treatment of common health problems
  • Sports physicals
  • Preventive health care
  • Dental Services
  • Reproductive health care
  • Immunizations
  • Individual and group therapy
  • Coordination of care with community providers
  • Community and school-based referrals
  • Issues we commonly address include: depression, stress, relationship issues, grief and loss, trauma recovery, problem-solving, working on goals, AND MUCH MORE

We help students do better in school by working to solve physical and mental health problems, preventing serious illness, and promoting healthy lifestyles. Neighborcare Health is committed to creating a health care home and encouraging long-term relationships between patients and providers that include medical, dental and mental health care.  Insurance is not required for services.

How can students use the Mercer School-Based Health Center?

Register! Any student enrolled at Asa Mercer Middle School can be seen by our providers by having a parent or guardian complete and sign the registration forms and return them to the health center. They can either be delivered by the student or parent or placed in a secure envelope and mailed to the school (Attn: SBHC). The registration forms are available in the health center and on Neighborcare Health’s website. Under state law, youth may independently access some health care without parental consent, including reproductive health and mental health services.

We help students do better in school by working to solve physical and mental health problems, preventing serious illness, and promoting healthy lifestyles. Neighborcare Health is committed to creating a health care home and encouraging long-term relationships between patients and providers that include medical, dental and mental health care.
 

Visit the school nurse webpage for additional health resources and information.

We look forward to seeing you!