Robert Eagle Staff SBHC is through NeighborCare. They can provide care to any child who is enrolled in Seattle Public Schools.
The SBHC offers a student friendly setting and all the services of a pediatric office – including immunizations, flu shots, sports physicals and health education. They also provide Mental Health services that include treatment for depression, anxiety, stress and more.
They can function as an additional care clinic for children who already have a primary care provider (PCP). Families often use them because they are closer to home. Since they are on the same campus as Cascadia, the Robert Eagle Staff team thought it would make sense to offer services as a resource to Cascadia families.
Medical coupons and most types of insurance are accepted. No student is denied service due to inability to pay. Families do NOT need insurance to be seen.
Students must register and have a signed consent form to receive services. To register for care, parents/guardians must complete the SBHC Registration packet (information available here). Registration for services may be completed at any time during the school year. After forms are submitted, the NeighborCare Health SBHC coordinator will contact you to set up an initial health screening appointment for your child with the medical provider.
They also provide Dental Care.