School-Based Health Center

Gateway School-based Health Center bannerOur goal is to provide a medical home for the students of Gateway Regional School District.

At Gateway School-Based Health Center (SBHC) you can have your child seen by a medical professional in a comfortable school environment, without the inconvenience of missing school. Having your child seen at the SBHC means that your child will not have to leave school or miss a lot of classroom time for a medical appointment and parents will not have to miss work and spend valuable time and money transporting him or her to medical, mental health or nutrition appointments.

What Services are provided?

  • Immunizations
  • Physical exams
  • Emergency care
  • First Aid
  • Prescriptions
  • Mental Health Counseling
  • Nutrition Counseling
  • Treatment of illnesses
  • Mono, Strep, STD, pregnancy and urine testing is available when appropriate

Our medical staff is available for medical appointments Monday through Friday 7:30-3:00pm at the Gateway Regional school complex during the school year.

The medical staff is also available at HCHC’s Huntington Health center and Worthington Health Center during school breaks and summer hours; and is available to be your primary care provider. This makes the continuity of care possible throughout the year. The providers see patients for a wide range of medical visits, including but not limited to routine physicals, same day sick visits, strep testing, colds, flu vaccines or playground mishaps.

Our behavioral health specialist Julia Goncalves is also available for all of your child’s behavioral health needs a Gateway SBHC Monday – Friday and also holds office hours at the Huntington Health Center.

Your child can be enrolled in the School-Based Health Center and be seen by our providers without leaving their primary care provider. If your child’s primary care provider is not affiliated with the Huntington or Worthington Health Centers we will work with your child’s physician to coordinate medical care.

To enroll in the School-Based Health Center, complete and return the enrollment packet that was sent home at the beginning of the year, you may also call and we will send one to you or download the enrollment form.

These forms can be brought in to school or mailed to:

Gateway School-Based Health Center
12 Littleville Road
Huntington, MA 01050

Enrolled students may schedule appointments by coming into the SBHC during school hours, or parents may call us to directly by calling the administrative assistant at (413)667-0142. Parents and guardians are not required to be present for appointments but they are welcome to come with their child and are invited to be present during their child’s annual routine exam.

We accept most insurance. We can also help families inquire about medical insurance coverage. No student will be denied service for inability to pay.

The Gateway School-Based Health Center will adhere to all Massachusetts laws including those related to confidentiality of medical services. We will continue to work to bring innovative programs to the Gateway Community through funding from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and special grants.

Gateway School-Based Health Center Staff:

  • Sheri Cheung, MD
  • Mary Chmura, MD
  • Brenda Jaeger, FNP
  • Julia Goncalves, LCSW
  • Franny Huberman, LCSW
  • Joanna Martin, Registered Dietician
  • Lisa Lynch, MA / Administrative Assistant
  • Kiirsten Cooper, School Based Programs Manager

View our School-Based Health Center brochure here!

No Gateway Regional School District funds are used for this program. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at (413) 667-0142 or by email at this link.