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Heritage Healthcare Center For School-Based Health Center

P.S. 192

Jacob H. Schiff (Pre-K through 5th Grade)
500 West 138th Street
New York, NY 10031

P.S. 325

The Hamilton grange School (Middle School)

500 West 138th Street

New York, NY 10031


     The Heritage HealthCare School-Based Center has become an essential part of HealthCare for children with the primary goal of ensuring students have access to high-quality health care when they need it.  The Heritage HealthCare School-Based Center provides primary and preventive care, chronic care and referrals as needed to specialists.


     The Heritage HealthCare School-Based Center amplifies the resources families have, and we collaborate with your primary care physician to ensure that all services are provided with a high level of quality care in a compassionate learning environment.


     Heritage HealthCare’s bi-lingual School-Based Center offers a full team onsite whenever school is in session which provides comprehensive primary health care to the children of PS. 192.  Full onsite care consists of a Nurse Practitioner (NP), and a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or a Medical Assistant (MA), who work in concert with the school staff to provide patient-centered care to the students while at school.


     The Heritage HealthCare School-Based Health Center is open Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. during school days.  The clinic is available to all students, regardless of their ability to pay.

Services include:

  • Well Child Care and comprehensive physical exams

  • Immunizations

  • Asthma screening, prevention and treatment

  • Health education

  • Nutrition counseling

  • First aid

  • Medication administration

  • Reproductive health services

  • Dental services

  • Alcohol and substance abuse prevention, screenings and referrals

     Students may be referred to the Heritage HealthCare Center for specialty care or follow-up services that are not currently provided at the school-based health center.

     The Heritage School-Based Health Center believes successful school-health partnerships share a common vision of young citizens thriving in the classroom and beyond.  By integrating into the education environment, school-based health care contributes directly to the school’s mission and delivers outcomes that matter to educators and parents such as improving youths’ academic performance and living a healthy life.  Collaboration with school administrators, teachers, and support staff ensures the school-based health partnerships meets the needs of the students effortlessly, effectively, and seamlessly.

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