Teen Health Center
Nathan Hale Teen Health Center
Nathan Hale High School has a School-Based Health Center, convenient for students medical care. The Teen Health Center is open during the school year and available to all students. It provides teens with health care and mental health counseling, regardless of a student’s insurance or ability to pay. *ALL Services are free to students!
Flu shots for adults and school-aged children are now available at the Teen Health Center. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 206-302-1840.
Register to Visit the Teen Health Center
Students can get great care at the Teen Health Center. To get started, students must bring a completed Registration and Consent Form (links below) to the Teen Health Center or Front Office. Students must be registered, including a parent/guardian signature on the consent form, to be seen for medical concerns. If your teen has registered previously, there is no need to sign up again.
For more information during the school year, contact the Teen Health Center at 206-302-1840. Watch this video to learn more: Nathan Hale Teen Health Center youtube video.
What kinds of services are offered?
- Our services focus on prevention and include immunizations, asthma management, reproductive health care, and mental health counseling.
- The staff is trained to understand and treat the special health care needs of teens. Our team includes a nurse practitioner, mental health counselor and office coordinator. They work closely with the school nurse.
- Our center aims to serve young people who are uninsured and underinsured-those who have nowhere else to go to get medical care and counseling. However, many families with insurance prefer them because of the convenience and service.
- We can coordinate student care with community health care providers when available and appropriate.
- Referral to community resources is also available.
The Nathan Hale/Jane Addams Teen Health Center is sponsored and staffed by Kaiser Permanente and in partnership with Public Health Seattle & King County. Seattle’s school-based health centers are funded in part by the voters of Seattle through the Families and Education Levy.
- Sports physicals
- Check-ups: physical exams
- Illness evaluation
- Reproductive services
- STI screening and treatment
- Women’s health care
- Grief and Loss
- Interpersonal relationships
- Family conflict
- Peer pressure and bullying
- Anxiety and adjustment
- Nutrition/weight management
- Healthy relationships
- Prevention of STIs
- Family planning
- Stress management
Who can be seen at the Teen Health Center?
At Nathan Hale Teen Health Center, students may be seen by appointment with consent from their parents, during school hours or after school. Teens of any age may be seen for confidential reproductive health care services (birth control, exams). Mental health services are available without parent consent for teens age 13 and over [Reproductive Privacy Act, RCW 9.02].