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Springfield Schools Health Center
Part of the Community Health Centers of Lane County
1050 10th Street, Springfield
Phone (541) 682-3550 for information or to make appointments.
OPEN ALL YEAR
Students of the Springfield School District with acute medical needs maybe accommodated on a walk-in basis. Students 15 and older may consent for their own medical appointments.
Clinic staff provide services to both Springfield School District students and their family members.
The clinic is located in the former music building at Springfield High School (entrance is off 10th Street and Healthy Way, across from Silke Field).
Springfield School students needing routine check-ups, well child care or immunizations, ill children, children without a doctor and those needing comprehensive health care including sports physicals may access low-cost services at the Springfield Schools Health Center. All required vaccines will be available at the Springfield Schools Health Center for a minimum fee. Please call (541) 682-3550, Community Health Centers of Lane County to make an appointment for the Springfield Schools Health Center.
Visit the State of Oregon website for immunization requirements for attendance at public schools, or click here for a Immunization Flyer in English or Spanish with what's called for this year.
To help make sure that kids can see to read, a new state law requires that kids 7 and under must have their vision tested before registering for school in the fall. Click here for more information.
Sports Physical Exams:
All students participating in district-sponsored sports teams (middle and high schools) must have a sports physical on file in the school office. Sports physicals are required every two years with a yearly update signed by the students parent or guardian. The Oregon School Athletic Association (OSAA) requires that sports physicals are only accepted from a licensed physician, licensed naturopathic physician, licensed physician assistant, certified nurse practitioner or a licensed chiropractic physician who has clinical training and experience in detecting cardiopulmonary disease and defect. The physical MUST be completed before the student begins practice.
Sports physicals are available through the clinic by appointment only. Click here to view or download the form in English or in Spanish. The Springfield Schools Health Center may be able to bill Trillium Insurance, however the initial examination fee for private insurance is $50.00. Contact your school athletic director for information on financial assistance that is available to help cover this cost.
What other services are offered?
Services available through the Springfield Schools Health Center include: sports physicals, camp physicals, student work physicals and medication management (i.e., prescriptions, asthma treatments, blood sugar maintenance, etc.) and mental health. The staff can also update immunizations and treat common ailments such as ear infections, fever, sore throats and rashes. Well-baby guidance and parenting support for teen parents is also available.
Parents must accompany elementary-age students. Students 15 and over do not need their parents to accompany them.
Is there a fee for services?
If you have medical insurance, we will bill your insurance company and you pay your co-pay. We also bill Medicare, Medicaid and OHP. Otherwise, there is a sliding scale fee for services based on family size and verified income with a minimum office visit charge of $20. Sports physicals are $50.
Health Insurance Enrollment Assistance:
Application assistance is available for families that are interested in applying for health insurance. Call a certified application assister directly at (541) 682-3585. BE SURE TO LEAVE A MESSAGE. You can also visit www.OregonHealthCare.gov