Denver Health’s School-Based Health Centers provide primary care, mental health, reproductive health education and insurance enrollment assistance services to Denver Public School students.
In partnership with a school nurse, our medical professionals treat major health conditions that affect school-aged children during the school year, keeping them at school and parents at ease, all at a convenient location.
The health center is staffed by medical professionals that specialize in pediatrics and adolescent medicine, and is equipped to provide primary care services, physicals, vaccinations, and care for sick children during the school year.
As part of Denver Health, our health center is backed by an integrated system that has a full service hospital with specialty care services, including urgent care and emergency care for children—our medical professionals have all of the resources in place to provide complete care to your child—starting with a convenient location, located right inside of their school.
Contact the Lake Middle School Health Center at 720-424-0281
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