Our school-based health clinic, opening Sept. 2, 2021, will provide medical and behavioral health services to all Shawnee Mission School District students and their siblings, three to 20 years old, on Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dental services will be offered in the near future.
In person or virtual appointments are available, and walk-ins are accommodated, if the schedule permits.
To schedule an appointment, call 913-648-2266.
- Immunizations (appointment required)
- Yearly Physicals (school/sports)
- Well-child/teen check-ups
- Mental and behavioral health services, including therapy
- Age-appropriate sexual health
- Prescription medicines
- Lab tests
- COVID testing/vaccines
- Strep/flu tests
- Asthma care
- Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Adjustment and life transitions
- Smoking cessation, including vaping
- Nutrition/physical activity/weight management
- Behavior concerns
- Bipolar disorder
- Alcohol/substance abuse
- Crisis intervention
- Poor sleep
- Relationship issues
- Trauma exposure
Services are available to new and established patients. We also offer free Medicaid and Marketplace insurance enrollment.
Location and Hours
Shawnee Mission West High School
Across from the Nurse’s Office
8800 W 85th St.
Overland Park, KS 66212
To access the clinic, please enter through main door and check in.
Clinic Hours: Thursdays: 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Closed when school is not in session.
The clinic accepts KanCare/Medicaid, commercial insurance and uninsured patients. A sliding fee program is available to those who qualify based on income and household size. Students will be expected to pay a copay.
- To apply for the Sliding Fee Discount Program, documents that prove income level are required. Click here to learn more about Sliding Fee Discount.
- Fees will be waived for students experiencing homelessness. Click here to learn more about what forms to complete.
Our team will help students and families connect to a variety of community resources including:
- WIC referrals
- Health insurance enrollment services
- Food and housing referrals
- Health education resources
Prepare for your visit
What to bring to your appointment:
- Driver’s license or Picture ID card
- Insurance card (if insured)
- Copay – we accept credit, debit, cash or check
- Immunization records, if available
- Medication list
- At the time of the visit, verbal consent from the parent or guardian is required to receive our services if you are 17 or younger.
- Be on time if you have an appointment, or it may be rescheduled.
- If you need to cancel an appointment, do so at least 24 hours in advance.
- Bring a book or other activity to keep you busy, in case you must wait.
- If you are not feeling ill, eat something before you arrive. Eating and drinking are not allowed in the clinic.
- Wear a mask. The safety of you and our team are critical.
Emergency Medical Care
Emergency medical services are not available. If you are experiencing a medical or psychiatric emergency, call 911.