SCHOOL BASED HEALTH CENTERS

Our Together in Health program was founded with the goal of making students and communities healthier. Through our partnership with the Scranton School District, we have been able to bring healthcare directly to students in Northeast and South Intermediate and most recently were able to open a clinic in West Intermediate that is open to the whole community.

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.

To make an appointment or for more information, call 570.591.5280.

Our School Based Health Center (SBHC) partnership with the Scranton School District aims to improve the health, wellness and academic performance of students by removing their barriers to learning. Our SBHC provides easy access to immediate, quality healthcare in a safe and convenient setting. Parents are notified before students are seen and as a safety-net provider, we provide care regardless of ability to pay. Parents do not need to be present for visits, but are encouraged to attend when possible. Our team will coordinate care with your child’s Pediatrician and if your child does not have a Pediatrician, we can gladly step into that role.

How does our staff partner with school staff? School nurses, counselors, special educators, teachers and administrators can help identify students who can benefit from our services and refer them to our primary care or mental health services. This creates a community connection between the staff and our Health Center.

Meet our team

Kellen Kraky
Manager of Youth Services
Maggie Schlude, C.R.N.P
Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner
Allyson Favuzza, C.R.N.P.
Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner
William Dempsey, M.D.
Director of Student Health Services

 

Ready to start your journey to wellness? Give us a call at: 570.591.5280

Visit us at West Scranton Intermediate School: 1401 Fellows St, Scranton, PA 18504
Monday & Wednesday: 8am – 6pm | Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 8am – 4:30pm

 

Student Services

Medical Care
Well Visits and Checkups

Immunizations

Behavioral Healthcare

Nutrition Services

Sports Physicals

Sick Visits
(Including, but not limited to sore throat, ear pain, asthma flairs, coughs, colds, flu, allergies, and rashes)

Dental Care
Oral Health Screenings

Cleanings

Sealants

Fluoride Treatments

Restorative Care

Student Requirements

Our School Based Health Center is accepting new patients. For your child to be seen at our School Based Health Center during school hours, your child must:

1) Be a Scranton School District Student

2) Register as a patient of our School Based Health Center

What if your child does not have health insurance?
The Wright Center for Primary Care accepts all insurances, including Blue Cross, Geisinger, Medical Assistance, and more. Our School Based Health Center locations operate as a safety net provider in our community; our medical services are provided to students regardless of their ability to pay.  The School Based Health Center team can help your family navigate the healthcare system and find a plan that is best for your child and family. Click here to learn more about The Wright Center’s insurance and billing.  Visit this link to download our application to receive a Medical Sliding Fee discount.

 We are proud to partner with:

Northeast Scranton Intermediate School


South Scranton Intermediate School


West Scranton Intermediate School

 

 

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.

We offer a variety of healthcare services, including comprehensive evaluation and management of acute and chronic conditions that are accessible, affordable, student-focused and culturally sensitive — and we honor established student-provider relationships. You can get in touch with our staff by calling 570-591-5280. 

Find more college health information and tips: http://www.onlinecolleges.net/for-students/student-health-wellness-guide/