School-Based Health Centers
OneWorld School-Based Health Centers (SBHCs) function as a primary care clinic located inside a school. Open year-round, our SBHCs are staffed by clinicians with specialized training in pediatric and adolescent care and behavioral health care.
We have a unique partnership with each school that provides children and adolescents with access to a medical or behavioral health professional when they need it.
Treatments and Services
SBHC staff can provide screening, diagnosis and treatment for the following:
- Burns, scrapes, sprains and minor wounds
- Depression, anxiety and ADHD
- Ear infections, headaches and sore throats
- Emotional concerns
- Preventative care and screenings
- School and sports physicals
Services are available to all Omaha Public Schools students, regardless of the school they attend. Students’ siblings under the age of 19 can also receive care at the clinics. Children enrolled in early childhood programs at Head Start, Educare and Early Child Services’ Network of Excellence can also receive care at our School-Based Health Centers.
OneWorld School-Based Health Centers are located inside five OPS schools:
- Bryan High School
- Buena Vista High School
- Indian Hill Elementary
- Liberty Elementary
- Spring Lake Elementary
OneWorld School-Based Health Centers do not provide emergency services. Our School-Based Health Centers are not intended to replace a child’s regular health provider, but the clinic’s staff members are available to provide supplemental care from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday, hours may vary.