Although we will not be your child’s primary care provider, we offer many services to your child during the school day so there is no need to leave school and miss classes. A clinic consent form must be signed by a parent or guardian before your child can receive services. Consent forms are available in all school nursing offices and school-based health centers.

We are looking forward to keeping your children healthy so they can stay in school and learn!

Locations

The following school-based health centers are operated by Hartford Public Schools and are open to any Hartford Public School student during regular school hours:

  • Bulkeley High School
  • Hartford Public High School
  • MD Fox
  • Sanchez Elementary
  • Culinary Arts Academy
  • Journalism & Media Academy Magnet School
  • Clark School
  • Asian Studies Academy

The school-based health centers offer:

  • Physical Exams
  • Immunizations
  • Health Promotion and Wellness
  • Medical Care for Injuries and Illness
  • Assistance with Chronic Diseases such as Asthma and Diabetes
  • Reproductive Health Care (at high school sites)
  • Mental Health Counseling
  • Forms

Download a printable health form (pdf) to complete and bring with you. Forms are available at the clinics.

Donald J. Slater, Chief Operating Officer
Kurt Myers, Medical Director
Debbie Chameides, Health Services Coordinator

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Our mid-level practitioners are, in the first row from left to right: Brooke Kokus, PA, Clark School & Asian Studies Academy; Nydia Gonzalez, APRN M D Fox School; Jeanne Flynn, APRN, Maria Sanchez School;

In the back row, from left to right: Dr. Kurt Myers, Medical Director; Nancy Mayeda-Brescia, APRN, Hartford Public High School academies; Judith Moskal-Kanz, APRN, Bulkeley High School; Sandra Palmer, APRN, Culinary Arts Academy.

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