Keeping kids healthy and in school

About Us

Since 1986, School Health Clinics of Santa Clara County has been providing easily accessible, quality health care to infants, children and adolescents on school campuses. In August 2014, our Washington Neighborhood Health Clinic started serving adults. Our clinics are located at schools in four school districts in east San Jose and Gilroy.

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Mission Statement

School Health Clinics of Santa Clara County's mission is to provide high quality, affordable primary care for the low income community.

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Stephanie Kleinheinz Appointed New CEO

of The School Health Clinics of Santa Clara County

School Health Clinics of Santa Clara County today announced that its Board of Directors named Stephanie Kleinheinz the organization's next Chief Executive Officer, effective May 16, 2015. She replaces Sue Lapp, who earlier this year announced her retirement.

Kleinheinz 37, has been part of the School Health Clinics team for 8 years, the past seven as the Director of Clinical Services. During that time she was responsible for the daily operation of all five of the organization's clinics. She led the implementation and upgrade of the electronic health records and practice management system, as well as attained designation in several federal programs such as Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) transformation and achieved Level II PCMH recognition by the Nation Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).

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