North Country Family Health Center
Students in the Watertown City School District have access to a school-based health center (SBHC) directly where they are - in school.
These health centers are available to students when school is in session.
There are four North Country Family Health School - Based Centers:
|Watertown High School||Kathy Mulcahy, PNP||785-3703|
|Case Middle School||Anna Belle Wratten, FNP||785-3809|
|H.T. Wiley Intermediate School||Anna Belle Wratten, FNP||785-3783|
|North Elementary School||Melissa Reynolds, FNP||786-1767|
|How does a student receive services?|
|How do I make an appointment?|
A parent may call their SBHC to arrange for their child to be seen. Parents are welcome to accompany their children to the SBHC. If a child is too ill to attend school and the parent would like him/her to be seen by the SBHC staff, parents may call the school nurse or SBHC to arrange for a same day appointment.
|What about transportation?|
Transportation is provided by the district to the SBHC at North Elementary School for students who attend Knickerbocker, Ohio, Starbuck, and Sherman Elementary Schools.
|What services are provided?|
|Are school nurse services still available?|
Yes, the school nurse will continue to provide all students with the same services they had in the past regardless of their enrollment in the SBHC.
|What does it cost to use the SBHC?|
|Watertown's SBHCs can work with your healthcare provider in caring for your child. For children without a doctor, the SBHC staff may become that provider. If a child needs care when school is closed, a parent may contact, North Country Family Health Center, located at 238 Arsenal Street, Watertown, at 782-6400. |