Jackson Complex Health Center - Jackson School-Based Health Center
3501 Highway 10
Jackson LA, 70748
Contact Phone:(225) 683-1360
Clinic Details:The health center located at the Jackson School Complex serves Pre-K through 12th grade students, their parents, the school faculty, and the community at large. It first opened in 2005 as a school-nurse clinic in a second-floor room within the complex building, but moved into a new 2000 square foot modular building in 2007. Fast forward ten years and the Jackson Complex Health Center now occupies a 5,800 square foot state of the art building. The clinic accepts Medicaid, Medicare, and most commercial insurances. We also offer a sliding fee scale based on income level and family size and accept major credit cards or cash as payment. We provide lab services on site including Urine Drug Screens. The staff now consists a full-time nurse practitioners, registered nurse, medical assistant/receptionist, social worker, and a dentist and hygienist who visits weekly. Referrals and transportation to RKM clinic are provided as needed.
Details: In 2007, the PCPFHF health center at Slaughter Elementary School began as a school nurse clinic in a new but quite small modular building purchased by the East Feliciana School Board. The clinic “upgraded” the building in 2011 and increased the 2011 floor space to over 2000 square feet. Today, the clinic has a nurse practitioner and social worker and provides primary care and mental health services to the students, parents, and faculty of Slaughter Elementary and the community. Dental services are provided on site on a rotating schedule. The clinic accepts Medicaid, Medicare, and most commercial insurances. We also offer a sliding fee scale based on income level and family size and accept major credit cards or cash as payment. We provide lab services on site including Urine Drug Screens.
Details: Clinton Lower Elementary School’s health center began in 2007 in a small temporary building. In 2009, a new modular building with offices and 3 exam rooms was purchased and moved onto the school campus. The school health center serves 518 students, their families, staff, and the entire community during school hours. The site currently supports a full-time nurse practitioner, a school nurse, social worker and receptionist. Clinton Lower Health Center shares a dentist and dental hygienist with Clinton Middle Health Center, Jackson Complex Health Center and Slaughter Health Center. The dental staff make rounds weekly. The clinic’s staff perform the state mandated screenings as well as provides vaccinations, well-child services, and first aid as well as dispensing prescription medications.
Details: RKM Primary Care in Clinton is our oldest location and was opened in 1999, not long after Dr. Richard Kell Munson retired from over 40 years of practice in Clinton. Family Nurse Practitioners Ginger Hunt and Darie Gilliam shared Dr. Munson’s passion for providing health care to the rural community that would otherwise have to drive many miles to access care. With this in mind, they wanted to honor his years of service by making the clinic his namesake- thus RKM. RKM Primary Care opened April 30, 1999, moved to a new, larger clinic in 2003, and received federal funding in 2005 while doing all within the organization’s power to assist those in desperate need after hurricane Katrina. It is the main clinic within the Primary Care Providers for a Healthy Feliciana, Inc. network and houses the administrative offices for the organization. From the humble beginnings of the 800 square foot converted Jim Walter Home, RKM Primary Care Clinton now occupies a state of the art 20,000 square foot clinic facility which was completed in March 2010.
Details: In November 1999, Primary Care Providers for a Healthy Feliciana, Inc. opened a rural health center inside the Clinton Middle School, then located at 12126 Liberty Street. This center received Federally Qualified Health Center Status in September 2005 along with RKM Primary Care immediately following Hurricane Katrina. In January 2009, in what was then Clinton High School a federally qualified health center was opened with a new modular building on the campus of the Clinton High School known as Clinton High Health Center. After the school system consolidated the High Schools and the Middle Schools, this clinic became Clinton Middle Health Center. The clinic is staffed by a nurse practitioner, registered nurse, social worker, medical assistant, and receptionist. A floating dentist and dental hygienist also visit the health center for exams, cleanings, and sealants. The clinic serves the school’s 333 students in grades 7-8, the students’ families, the school faculty, and the entire community.