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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Ways to give

Your contributions improve the lives of thousands of children.

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Drop in Immunization clinics are held every Tuesday.

  • Washington, Overfelt, and Franklin McKinley Neighborhood Health Clinics 8am – 11am.

  • San Jose High Health Clinic 1pm – 4pm.

  • Gilroy Neighborhood Clinic - Monday through Friday 8am – 4pm

 

All our Neighborhood Health Clinics are open Monday - Friday from 8 am - 4:30 pm.

  • How to Treat the Flu

    For most people, rest, good hydration and medications to reduce pain and fever are...
  • How to Prevent the Flu

    Wash hands frequently. Stay home if are ill and return to school/work only after you have been fever free for 24 hours. GET IMMUNIZED! The CDC...
  • What is Flu?

    "Flu" is an illness caused by several influenza viruses. Last year influenza A (H1N1) was the most common cause for the illness, with influenza B as...

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