In partnership with Scranton School District, The Wright Center has brought healthcare directly to students through the School-Based Health Center model since 2015. Though new to Northeastern Pennsylvania, the School-Based Health Center concept is well established and has been proven to help both students and the community perform at their best. The Wright Center and the Scranton School District are proud to come Together in Health to foster healthy habits that will last a lifetime. Currently, The Wright Center’s School-Based Health Centers are housed within three of Scranton’s intermediate schools – Northeast, South, and West Intermediate. At this time, the School-Based Health Centers at Northeast and South Intermediate Schools are open solely to students.
Thanks to the support of the Moses Taylor Foundation, The Wright Center’s School-Based Health Center at West Scranton Intermediate underwent major renovations this summer, including separate entrances for students and members of the community, who can now also access healthcare on the West Scranton Intermediate School campus. Click here to learn about the new space and see photos from the official ribbon cutting.
We believe that accessing high-quality healthcare is not a privilege.
Our West Scranton clinic at 1401 Fellows Street is open to the community 5 days a week
Learn about our School-Based Health Center in West Scranton Intermediate:
Meet our team
The Wright Center also provides Student Health Services at West Scranton Intermediate for medical students currently enrolled at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine through our School-Based Health partnership. Our physicians and medical support staff are dedicated to guiding students toward a lifestyle of wellness that will lay a foundation for a healthy life. Some, but not all, of our services include: vaccinations, tuberculosis tests and test readings, drug testing and mask fitting.