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To schedule an appointment, call 316-755-7045.

Are you sick or injured? Do you need a sports physical or vaccination? Do you need a well-child check or lab work? The SBHC provides these services for all USD 262 students, staff and their families, and those participating in the Valley Center Parents as Teachers program. The clinic provides care for  acute illness, cough, cold, fever, rashes, acne, COVID-related concerns, and more. All major forms of insurance are accepted. If you are concerned about affording care, please call the clinic to discuss options.


Dr. Kari HarrisKari Harris, M.D.

Dr. Kari Harris completed her medical degree and pediatric residency at KU in Wichita and joined the faculty shortly after graduation. She is happily married and has three children in the Valley Center district. Dr. Harris became interested in school-based health early in her career recognizing that having onsite school clinics decreases barriers to accessing medical care. Dr. Harris believes that kids do best when communities collaborate to support them. In addition to her part-time clinical practice, Dr. Harris participates in research, advocacy, program development, and medical education at KU.


Ashton UnreinAshton Unrein, APRN-C

Ashton Unrein, APRN-C is a family nurse practitioner who is board certified through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Since obtaining her master’s degree in 2017, she has worked primarily in pediatrics. Ashton is passionate about pediatric primary care in addition to pediatric mental health, caring for children in the foster care system and maternal mental health and education during those first few years of life. She loves to spend time with each patient and their family educating, answering questions and connecting them to community resources. Ashton is eager to improve access to healthcare in the school-based setting.


Amber GoodAmber Good, APRN-C

Amber Good graduated from Fort Hays State University with a master's degree in nursing specializing in family medicine in August 2017. Since that time, she has worked in various types of practice settings including family medicine, long term care/assisted living, and public health. Amber is board certified through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. She loves primary care because it gives her the opportunity to educate patients about their health, wellness, and disease prevention. She also values the relationships formed with patients and families in the primary care setting. Amber is excited to be a part of the SBHC team and to increase access to care by being present in the schools. Amber is married with one child and live in Cheney, KS. 

Clinic Hours:
Monday's - 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Tuesday's - 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Wednesday's - 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Thursday's - 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Friday's - 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.


School-Based Health Clinic Flyer:
Flyer


Forms for Students:
SBHC Consent Form - English

SBHC Consent Form - Spanish

SBHC Health History Form - English

SBHC Health History Form - Spanish

SBHC Consent by Proxy Form - English

SBHC Consent by Proxy Form - Spanish



Forms for Staff:
Staff Consent Form - English

SBHC VC Staff History Form - English

SBHC VC Staff History Form - Spanish


School Sports Physical Forms:
School Sports Physical Forms


Questions? Contact the SBHC at 316-755-7045