Montefiore Health Clinic
About the Program
The Montefiore School Health Program (MSHP)—the largest and most comprehensive school-based health program in the country—provides coordinated primary and preventive healthcare to public elementary, middle and high school students throughout The Bronx and Southern Westchester County. One in four Bronx students are now at a school with the MSHP.
Stevenson Campus is fortunate to be served by the Montefiore School Health Program. The program features a full staff including, psychologist, doctor, nurse, etc. dedicated to the health of your child in the form of a school clinic.
The clinic provides care for students while they are in school. Students still keep their primary doctors. However, if your child becomes sick, needs to take or have medicine administered, or needs counseling while in school, the needed care will be performed by a medical provider. There is no cost for using this program, but students need to be enrolled to receive direct medical care, physicals, mental health services, immunizations etc.
To learn more about this program visit the Montefiore School Health Program information page.
The School-Based Health Center (SBHC) is situated in the school building and is operated by Montefiore Medical Center. All enrolled students can access medical, behavioral health, and dental health services during the school operating hours at the health center within the school. Enrollment will allow you to register your child/children electronically into the school-based health. Given current federal recommendations for COVID prevention and safety, the e-consent enrollment process will minimize your in-person contact and increase access for parents to complete the enrollment form at your convenience. Services are offered both in-person and via telehealth (Using Montefiore F1rst), which provides the opportunity for students to access health care in school and from home.