Oakridge Teen Health Center The Oakridge Teen Health Center is focusing on children and adolescents and continually assessing the needs of the community regarding increasing access to those outside of these age ranges. The Oakridge Teen Health Center is part of the Oakridge Community School Wellness Network. Download a comprehensive brochure here. Schedule an Appointment NOW or call (231) 733-6830. Location & Hours Oakridge Middle School internal entrance room #14 External entrance from the parking lot through entrance #6 Phone: (231) 733-6830 Monday-Thursday 7:30am – 4:30pm Closed for Lunch from 12:30pm – 1:00pm Friday 7:30am – 11:30am Open to students ages 10-21 during the school day Before & after school, students ages 5 to 21 can access the Teen Health Center. Our Staff & Services Judy Pruim, LBSW Steve Oginsky, PA-C Dr. Joshua Health Center Manager Physicians Assistant Dentist Wendy Stinson, MA, LPC, NCC Brittney Hershey, RDH Nationally Certified Counselor Registered Dental Hygienist The Oakridge Teen Health Center providing primary medical services, behavioral health counseling, and dental health services. Medical Services The Teen Health Center will not ” take over care ” routinely provided by your student’s Primary Care Physician unless the parent consents to the Teen Health Center being their child’s “medical home”. Immunizations The Oakridge Teen Health Center can give immunizations. Parent must submit a separate signed consent form for this service. Dental Services The Oakridge Teen Health Center is happy to be your dental home. We are providing mobile preventative services at the elementary schools. If your child needs treatment you can go to your own dental provider. If your child doesn’t have a dentist, we will be happy to become your child’s dental home. Insurance & Copays The Oakridge Teen Health Center has a grant to cover medical and behavioral health copays for children ages 10-21. We will accept all types of insurance . If families don’t have insurance , the Teen Health Center can help you apply through the market place. We also offer a sliding fee scale program. Copays are billed for dental service provided at the Oakridge Teen Health Center. Parent Consent The Oakridge Teen Health Center can see children for sickness or acute illness without a parent present, as long as there is a signed consent on file. The Teen Health Center can see your child only once with parent verbal permission. This permission can be given over the phone to the Teen Health Center staff . School staff cannot assist parents with this . Parents will need to call the Teen Health Center themselves . We are so fortunate to have this resource in our schools. Legislators, business leaders, community leaders, staff and students have all walked through the Oakridge Teen Health Center and are amazed at the quality of the facility and staff. We are also fortunate to be partnered with Hackley Community Care who operates the Oakridge Teen Health Center. Our students will be healthier learners because of this service! Donors & Art of the Heart The Advanced Art Students at Oakridge High School were invited to create a collaborative mural in ceramics for the new Teen Health Center. Twenty six students created a variety of themed human-like hearts with clay and glaze with some mixed media accents. Along with their teacher’s three sample hearts a total of 29 hearts are in the installation honoring donor’s contributions for the center. The Grand Opening on January 13th, 2016 displayed the collaborative installation to the community and the artists. The Oakridge Teen Health Center would not be possible without our generous donors. We are very fortunate to have these donors partner with Oakridge and Hackley Community Care to make this health center happen for kids. Check out our High School Art of the Heart project commemorating our appreciation for our donors. HIPPA Notice The Oakridge Teen Health Center has to abide by all HIPAA laws for privacy and can not tell school staff why a child has accessed their facility. Health records are not given to school staff without appropriate releases signed by a parent.