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Services at OneWorld’s four School-Based Health Centers (SBHCs) are available to all Omaha Public Schools students, and students’ siblings under age 19 can also receive care at the clinics. Our SBHC team members can diagnose and treat many common conditions, and they can perform school and sports physicals and give immunizations. Now is the time to schedule school and sports physicals to avoid the rush in August! Call any of the SBHCs to make an appointment for your child today.

As school winds down for the summer, the SBHCs will remain open until mid-June, then they will close until late July. While the SBHCs are closed, patients are encouraged to visit any OneWorld clinic for care. A full list of our locations can be found at

Meet OneWorld’s team of SBHC providers!

Director of Medical Services and School-Based Health Centers (SBHCs): Sarah Miller, APRN, CPNP-PC

Sarah has worked for OneWorld since 2002. She began as a part-time nurse when the organization was known as the Indian-Chicano Health Center, and in 2007, she was hired as the clinic’s first full-time pediatric nurse practitioner. In early 2010, she began her role as OneWorld’s Associate Medical Director, and that same year, she played a key role in opening our School-Based Health Centers by helping to develop clinical procedures and processes that maximized our use of resources and collaboration with OPS. In 2014, Sarah became the Director of Medical Services to better reflect her role of clinical coordination and collaboration. She joined the Senior Administrative Leadership team in 2015.

Sarah holds Bachelor’s degrees in Biology and Nursing from Creighton University. She earned her Master’s degree in nursing, specializing in pediatrics, at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in 2007.

Sarah is married to “an awesome husband,” and she has 3 children – 1 girl and 2 boys. Sarah loves sports (especially college sports). In her free time, she enjoys coaching girls’ softball.

“When I am working in patient care, I empathize with patients through their joys and struggles,” she said. “The struggles involving abuse of any kind, discrimination due to sexual orientation or gender identity and immigration issues impact me to my core. I want my patients to know I am here on this journey with them and grateful they have chosen me to come along for the ride.”

Indian Hill Elementary: Tanya Martin, PA-C

Tanya specializes in pediatrics, behavioral health and helping families work toward healthy lifestyles. Tanya has been married to her husband for 10 years, and they have a boy, a girl and two dogs. She loves getting outside in the sunshine whenever possible.

“The SBHCs are my favorite environment to care for kids,” she said. “Kids spend so much time in the school environment, and the school staff are such an integral part in caring for children, particularly those with behavioral or emotional difficulties. It feels like such a collaborative effort in helping each child.”

Bryan High School: Mindee Swanson, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC

Mindee works at Bryan High and at OneWorld’s Teen and Young Adult Health Center in South Omaha. She specializes in LGBTQIA+ health care and in child and adolescent mental health. Mindee married her high school sweetheart, and she has two children and a “very spoiled” dog. In her free time, she enjoys going to concerts—especially outdoor festivals.

“Even in my nursing career, I have always enjoyed caring for teen and young adults,” she said. “I remember what it was like being a teenager, and I really enjoy being a listening ear for adolescents.”

Liberty Elementary: Julie Klahn, MSN, FNP-C, WH-C

Julie currently works at Liberty Elementary, but during her career at OneWorld, she has also worked at our SBHCs inside Indian Hill, Spring Lake and Bryan High. She is certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner and a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner. In her free time, Julie enjoys spending time with her children and extended family, exploring Nebraska and reading.

“The school setting is a great place to practice primary care,” she said. “It’s where children, youth and their siblings spend one third of their day.”

Spring Lake Elementary:

We will be welcoming a new SBHC provider at Spring Lake Elementary for the new school year!

Psychiatry: Dr. Joan Daughton

Dr. Daughton works with our School-Based Health Center team and specializes in child and adolescent psychiatry. Her interests include community outreach, the adoption and foster care system, LGBTQ+ health issues and school-based health care.

Parents of children who attend Omaha Public Schools can call to make an appointment for their child, and walk-ins are also welcome at our SBHCs.

Bryan High School: (402) 991-3904
Indian Hill Elementary School: (402) 933-4968
Liberty Elementary School: (402) 505-8180
Spring Lake Elementary School: (402) 932-7014

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