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Health Services

Health Services assumes responsibility for appropriate assessment, planning, intervention, evaluation, and/or referral activities for students in the school district. The department also serves as a direct link among physicians, families and community agencies to assure access and continuity of health care for students; provides relevant instruction, counseling and guidance to students, parents and staff concerning health related issues.


Mission Statement

Springfield Public Schools Health Services is committed to educational excellence and enhances the educational experience by the removal or modification of health related barriers to students and by the promotion of optimal levels of wellness. This is accomplished within the framework of the nursing process, which includes assessments, nursing diagnosis, outcome identification, planning, intervention and evaluations.


Springfield Schools Health Center

The Springfield Schools Health Center is a Community Health Centers of Lane County clinic site aimed at supporting the health and wellness of our community through access to affordable, holistic healthcare. 

Services provided by the health center include:

  • Common ailments (ear infections, fever, sore throats, rashes, etc.)
  • Immunizations
  • Physicals (sports/work/camp)
  • Medication management (prescriptions, asthma treatments, blood sugar maintenance, etc.)
  • Mental health services
  • Vision screenings
  • Well-baby guidance and parenting support for teen parents

Visit to learn more about Community Health Centers of Lane County.

Clinic Information
The Springfield Schools Health Center is located on the campus of Springfield High School. The address is 1050 10th Street. The entrance is off 10th Street between G Street and Centennial Boulevard, across from the North end of Silke Field.

Springfield 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 are available for a minimum fee. Call (541) 682-3550 to make an appointment.

Springfield Public Schools students and family members with acute medical needs may be accommodated on a walk-in basis.

Parents or guardians must accompany students under 15. Students 15 and older may consent for their own medical appointments and do not need to be accompanied by parents.

Those with medical insurance will pay the necessary co-pay, and the insurance company will be billed for the remainder. We also bill Medicare, Medicaid and OHP. For those without insurance, there is a nominal fee based on family size and verified income. The minimum office visit charge is $20, while sports physicals are $50.

Health Insurance Enrollment Assistance
Oregon Health Plan 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 detailed message with your name and callback number. You can also visit for more information.

Visit or Contact Springfield Schools Health Center

1050 10th Street
Springfield, OR 97477

(541) 682-3550

Monday - Thursday 8 am - 4 pm
(closed for lunch from 12 - 1 pm)

Mental Health Resources for Families

Learn about mental health facts and warning signs.
Find out about local and national resources to help students and families experiencing a mental health crisis.



Health Resources and Information for Families


Nearly every child care provider requires either proof of immunizations, a medical exemption or nonmedical exemption to be enrolled.


All students participating in district-sponsored sports teams (middle and high schools) must have a sports physical on file in the school office. 


To ensure that students can see to read, state law requires that children seven and under must have their vision tested before registering for school. 


State law now requires a child who is 7 years of age or younger to have a dental screening before entering school for the first time. Learn more about this requirement.

When to Keep Your Student Home

There's no question that we want your kids in school as much as possible. However, there are times staying home is necessary. A fever higher than 100.4 Deg. F is one sign of illness. A fever higher than 103 is usually time to call the doctor. Click below and go through our daily health screening.