Cherry Health Center Clinic
The Cedar Springs School Health Center is a program coordinated by Cherry Health in partnership with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and the Michigan Department of Education. The health center’s professional staff includes a medical provider, social worker, and support staff.
Cedar Springs School Health Center welcomes students ages 3 – 21 (children under age 3 must be a sibling or child of a student using the health center).
The purpose of the health center is to:
Provide quality medical care and counseling services for students in a convenient setting
Encourage involvement of students and families in health care
Assist students in making healthy choices
Teach students about the important role they play in maintaining their own health
Fees for Service
Services may be billed to insurance when possible. Services are provided regardless of ability to pay.
Consent by a parent or guardian is required for students under the age of 18 for most medical, dental, or behavioral health services.
Who is Eligible for Services
Cedar Springs Public School students age 5-21 years.
- Well-child visits and physicals for school, work, sports, and camp
- Treatment for minor illnesses and injuries
- Referrals for more serious illnesses, injuries, and additional care
- Hearing and vision screening, lab work, and diagnostic testing
- Counseling services
- On-site Medicaid enrollment
- Immunizations - all school required vaccinations
- Cleanings, exams, fillings, and other dental services
- Same-day sick visits
- Annual exams/physicals
- Gynecological exams/Pap smears
- Referrals to specialists