Oakridge Health Center
The Oakridge Health Center is an anchor of health for Oakridge students and the community. Committed to providing comprehensive medical, mental, and dental health care to youth age 5-21, the Oakridge Health Center is part of the Oakridge Community School Wellness Network.
or call (231) 733-6830.
Health Consent Form
Pre-visit forms and confidentiality documents can now be signed electronically using the Hackley Community Care School-Based Consent Form:
Our Health Center Provider
We are so fortunate to be partnered with Hackley Community Care who operates the Oakridge Health Center. Our students will be healthier learners because of this service!
Location & Hours
Oakridge Middle School
- Internal entrance door/room: Suite A
- External entrance from the parking lot through entrance #14
Phone (after hours): 231-737-1335
Monday-Thursday 7:30 am – 4:30 pm
Closed for Lunch from 12:30 pm – 1:00 pm
Who We Serve
- Open to students ages 5-21, not just for teens!
- Before & after school youth ages 5-21 from anywhere can access the Oakridge Health Center
What We Do
Shelly Ellingboe, LPC
Brittany Hershey, Registered Dental Hygienist
Caitlyn Jimerson, LMSW
Benjamin Kairis, DDS
Steve Oginskey, PA-C
Wendy Stinson, MA, LPC, NCC
Stephanie Weesies, LMSW
The Oakridge Health Center is a full-service primary medical care provider including urgent medical care, mental health counseling, and dental health services.
The Oakridge Health Center is happy to be your child’s “medical home” with parent consent. We honor and refer to existing primary care providers. Services include but are not limited to wellness check-ups, injuries, asthma care, influenza shots, common cold, COVID testing/immunizations, strep throat, sports physicals and many other medical related care concerns.
Mental Health Services
Our mental health providers offer individual counseling therapy for students in elementary and secondary schools.
The Oakridge Health Center is happy to be your dental home. We also provide 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.
988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline
If you are experiencing a mental health crisis and want to speak to someone on the state mental health hotline, please call or text 988. You can also chat with someone at 988LIFELINE.ORG.
This service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.