SBHCs Serve More Than Students

Manual Arts High School Wellness Center in L.A.

At the Manual Arts High School Wellness Center in Los Angeles, pediatric nurse practitioner Jennie Lien gives 15-month-old Andrew Baptist a medical examination. Andrew’s great-grandmother, Yvonne Lee (right) says Andrew’s entire family relies on the center for medical care.(Photo/Chris Richard)

The new school-based health centers (SBHCs) opening in Los Angeles are attracting notice for serving members of the wider community. KQED’s The California Report broadcast a story looking at this recent trend and why it is gaining in popularity. Click here or below to listen to the report.

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