Pendleton County School-based Health Centers
A Program of Pendleton Community Care and Pendleton County Schools
Healthy Lifestyles Program - Education and support for lifelong healthy diet and activity choices

Physical Examinations -
Well Child, Sports Physicals

Chronic Disease Management - Support, counseling and monitoring for chronic conditions such as asthma, diabetes and AD(H)D

Laboratory Services
for example: strep test, urine tests and hemoglobin count.

Diagnosis and Treatment of Minor Illnesses such as flu, acne, and/or injuries

Behavioral Health Counseling and Education for:
Developmental, personal, family or social problems
Anxiety, depression
School difficulties
Behavioral issues
Diet, weight control, and fitness issues
Pregnancy prevention and sexuality
Drug and alcohol problems
Consultations with parents

School-Based Health Centers make good sense. Join us!

About Our School-Based Health Centers
Students who are healthy in body, mind and spirit are successful students. Pendleton Community Care is proud to operate two of the oldest School-Based Health Centers in West Virginia. Centers were opened at North Fork Elementary and the Middle-High School in 1990. New Centers were opened at Franklin and Brandywine Elementary during the 2008-2009 school year.

Reduce missed class time for health-related appointments
Help ensure that problems are identified and addressed early, or managed more carefully
Allow students to receive care while their parents are at work, reducing the amount of time parents miss work to attend to health care needs
Reduce time and costs of transportation for appointments
Permit health care staff and school staff to work together for the benefit of students
Improve the likelihood students will perform to the best of their ability

School-based Health Center Team

Dr. King Seegar, MD

Mary Ellen Wimer, NP

Holly See, RN

Jennifer Taylor-Ide, LPC

Chris Roberson, BS

Frequently Asked Questions
Who is eligible to use the health center?
All students who submit a signed parental consent form are eligible for services in the School-Based Health Centers.
Is student information confidential?
YES. Medical and behavioral health records are completely separate from school files.
Will students or parents be charged for health center services?
Services that are normally billed at a health clinic will be charged. Parents or a designated alternate will be contacted before billable services are provided, unless the parent has given prior permission for services to be given without further consent. PCC will bill insurance companies just as if the service were provided at the Franklin or North Fork Clinics. If a student has no insurance, they will be billed according to their ability to pay. No student will be refused service due to inability to pay.
How do I contact the School-Based Health Centers?
Call your child's school or PCC (304-358-2355)
. Please check at your child's school for the days the Health Center is open.

Brandywine Elementary School
Health Center
Call school: 304-249-5381
Franklin Elementary School
Health Center
Call school: 304-358-2206
North Fork Elementary School
Health Center
Call clinic 304-567-2116
Pendleton County Middle-High School
Health Center
Call clinic 304-358-3254

Parental Consent
To ensure that parents are involved in their child's health care, students need to return a completed Consent to Receive Services in the School-based Health Center. All students who submit this consent are eligible to use the health center services. Additional parent consents are required for counseling and special programs.


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Pendleton County Schools
PO Box 888 • 108 Walnut Street
Franklin WV 26807
Phone (304) 358-2207 • Fax (304) 358-2936

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