School-based health facility opens at Morris High School

New school-based health clinics are set to serve more 80,000 students in New York City. At Morris High School, a state-of-the-art health facility offers medical,

Morris High School’s clinic is one of 20 new school-based health centers that will come to city schools over the next three years as part of the Department of Education’s $30 million capital investment plan.

Morris High School’s clinic is one of 20 new school-based health centers that will come to city schools over the next three years as part of the Department of Education’s $30 million capital investment plan. (10/21/13)

MORRISANIA - New school-based health clinics are set to serve thousands of students in the Bronx. 

At Morris High School, a state-of-the-art health facility offers medical, dental and mental health services will serve 1,600 students in what used to be a classroom.

The clinic is a partnership with Montefiore Medical Center. It will be staffed by a Montefiore physician, a nurse, a social worker, a part-time dentist and a community organizer.

The health center will bill students’ insurance companies for services, and pick up the tab for uninsured students.

Morris High School’s clinic is one of 20 new school-based health centers that will come to city schools over the next three years as part of the Department of Education’s $30 million capital investment plan.

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