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School-Based Health Care

HealthWorks serves everyone regardless of ability to pay or insurance status. HealthWorks has a sliding fee scale to make healthcare affordable for families. We can also bill your insurance for services. 

Payment will be due at the appointment or upon receipt of the bill from HealthWorks.   

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School Based Health Centers are medical clinics that offer children and youth health care in a school or on school grounds. They help children and youth receive the care they need when they need it. 

School Based Health Care utilizes primary care providers such as doctors, nurse practitioners and physician's assistants.  HealthWorks will focus on medical care by sending our medical team to the Junior High schools. We will work with the school nurse to help youth stay healthy and in school. 

Community partnerships that include schools, school boards, parents, students, and medical professionals create and support school based health care. 

School-Based Health Care does NOT replace required school health services for Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE), but instead provides support. It also does NOT replace parents/guardians, school nurses, school counselors, pediatricians, or other existing services. 

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What is School Based Health Care?


HealthWorks' school based health care program will serve the students of Laramie County School District #1. We will also provide services for staff of the School District. 

For the pilot program we will begin at the Junior High Schools and then grow the program to include more schools in the District. 

  • Parent/guardian involvement is important and encouraged. They decide what services are or are not beneficial for their children, and their consent is required for care. ​
  • Available services are NOT provided without permission except as allowed by state minor consent law. 
  • Confidentiality laws and requirements between patients and providers differ across states. 

Who do we see?

  • Well-child exams
  • Sick visits
  • Sports Physicals
  • Minor injury treatment
  • Health screenings
  • Immunizations
  • Alcohol and drug counseling
  • Classroom presentations
  • Services determined at the local level and in accordance with state and local policies and/or law

How can School Based Health Care Help?


Monday - Friday

     Schedule to be determined


Carey Jr High 
Johnson Jr. High
McCormick Jr. High

School Based Health Centers are convenient. 

Parents spend less time away from work.

Students spend less time away from school. 

Care is youth-centered

Services are affordable. 

Why use School Based Health Care?

2508 E. Fox Farm Rd. 1-1A
Cheyenne WY 82007