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School-Based Health Center Services

Primary Care at School

Signature Health offers a School-Based Health Center within the Wickliffe City School District, with primary care providers who can serve both students in grades K-12 and community members of all ages. Services include:

  • Well exams & sick visits
  • Sports physicals 
  • Immunizations/vaccines 
  • Health screenings 
  • Prevention and management of conditions like high blood pressure and diabetes
  • Confidential teen visits* that include education on sexual and reproductive health, birth control options (including emergency contraception), and testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
  • Lab work
  • Free mailing or delivery of medications through Signature Health Pharmacy

*A confidential visit for a patient between the ages of 13 and 17 means anything regarding sexual and reproductive health discussed with the health care provider is private and won't be disclosed to anyone else (including parents/guardians).

Appointments & Walk-in Availability

Appointments are available in Wickliffe on Wednesdays only. To make an appointment, call (440) 953-9999

We also do our best to accommodate walk-in patients on Wednesdays between 9am and 4pm.

Questions? Complete the Contact Us form and indicate Wickliffe school-based health center in your message.  


Our school-based health center is located within the Wickliffe Family Resource Center at:

2255 Rockefeller Road, Door V-105
Wickliffe, OH, 44092



Paying for Care

Signature Health accepts Medicaid plans and some Medicare plans. A sliding fee scale also is available for patients who qualify based on household income. Private insurance is accepted only in some cases for reproductive health services. 

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