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Pendleton School Based Health Centers

There are two certified school based health centers (SBHCs) in Pendleton located at the high school and middle school. Starting in the 2018-2019 school year they will be operated by Columbia River Health in partnership with Umatilla County Public Health, Pendleton School District, and CHI St. Anthony Hospital.

Available Services

  1. Diagnosis and treatment of illness and injuries
  2. Physical examinations - routine and sports physicals
  3. Immunizations
  4. Diagnosis and treatment of communicable diseases
  5. Dental screenings, education, and fluoride varnish application
  6. Vision, dental and blood pressure screenings
  7. Health promotion services: depression, eating disorder, suicide, weight control, nutrition
  8. Education / support groups
  9. Counseling services for a variety of needs to support students
  10. Smoking prevention and cessation
  11. Classroom presentations
  12. Staff will be seen for acute illness and injuries as time allows
  13. Referrals for health care services which cannot be provided at the School Based Health Center

SBHC partners:

  1. Pendleton School District
  2. Columbia River Health
  3. Advantage Dental
  4. St. Anthony's Hospital
  5. Umatilla County Public Health

Did You Know?

*Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division (2016-2017) SBHC Student Satisfaction Survey
**Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division. Based on estimates from 2015-2016 school year
2018 Status Report


What is a school based health center?

A school based health center is a clinic located on a school campus operated by qualified mental and physical health professionals.

Who works there?

The SBHC team includes advanced practitioners, a nurse, counselors, and medical assistants from Columbia River Health. Medical staff provide comprehensive physical health services to help meet the holistic health care needs of students. Counselors support students as they return or improve to a higher level of functioning. Students can be affected by grief and loss, family issues, anxiety, depression, anger problems, problems with friends and school.

What about appointments?

Appointments are encouraged whenever possible. Please come by or call if you would like to make an appointment for yourself or a student.

What about consent?

  1. All students need to be registered with the SBHC each school year before services will be provided. To register forms can be picked up in person or mailed. If you would like to also receive dental services, please fill out the dental consent form.
    Paperwork can be returned to SBHC in person, by mail, or faxed. Once forms are received, services may begin at SBHC.
  2. Oregon State Law requires a parent or guardian signature for mental health services for students under 14 years of age and medical treatment under 15 years of age, with exception of family planning information and sexually transmitted disease service. We support and encourage parental involvement in decisions about their student's health care.

What about confidentiality?

Our health services and records are private and confidential and separate from school records. Please click here to see our Privacy Practices Por favor haga clic aquí para ver nuestras prácticas de privacidad

SBHC Satisfaction Survey

Students between the ages of 12 and 19 who visit the SBHC may be asked to complete an anonymous survey after their visit. The survey asks about the student’s satisfaction and experience at the SBHC, as well as some general questions about their physical and mental health status. Students can refuse to take the survey and this will not affect their ability to get care at the SBHC. To see a copy of the survey, please go to the “SBHC Data Requirements” link on http://healthoregon.org/sbhc. If you have questions about the survey, please contact the SBHC State Program Office at sbhc.program@state.or.us


  1. OSBHA
  2. National SBHA