LifeLong School-Based Health Center - Rosa Parks Elementary School
LifeLong School-Based Health Center - Rosa Parks Elementary School - Berkeley School-Based Health Center
920 Allston Way
Berkeley CA, 94710
Contact Name:Hana Shirriel
Contact Phone:(510) 883-5230
Clinic Details:Our School-Based Health Centers provide age-appropriate comprehensive medical, health education, and youth development services to youth during and after school hours. Our services are aimed at helping students come to school ready to learn and exceed at school. Clinics are open to all students, regardless of income or healthcare coverage.
Details: Patients of LifeLong West Berkeley have access to a wide variety of a broad scope of care under one roof. We are continually evolving to meet the needs of our patients and the surrounding community.
Details: Patients of LifeLong Berkeley Primary Care have access to a wide variety of providers and resources. We are continually evolving to meet the needs of our patients and the surrounding community.
Details: Since 1991, the Berkeley High School Health Center has offered free and confidential medical, health education, and mental health services to all students at Berkeley High School, students of Independent Studies, and Berkeley Technology Academy.
Details: LifeLong Immediate/Urgent Care is your alternative to the Emergency Room for illnesses and injuries that require immediate medical attention (usually within 24 hours), but are not life-threatening or serious enough to require emergency room care or even hospitalization. We are committed to providing prompt, professional, and cost effective medical care to adult and pediatric patients. No appointments or referrals are needed.
Details: Patients of LifeLong Over 60 Health Center have access to a wide variety of providers, resources and programs dedicated to seniors. We are continually evolving to meet the needs of our patients and the surrounding community.
Details: The idea for the Women’s Clinic began in fall of 1996. During that time, there was steady discussion of specifically reaching out to women and children, who normally comprised a minority at the regular Tuesday night General Clinic. The reason for this most likely stems from the fact that the General Clinic is open during the evening, and is therefore unsafe or inconvenient for that particular population to utilize. In an effort to address these concerns, a expansion of the General Clinic was put into place on Monday afternoons at the Berkeley Free Clinic drop-in center. After a semester-long trial run, it was found that the new ‘Expansion Clinic’ was not accomplishing its original goals. Following a six month hiatus of re-planning, the new drop-in center was re-opened at the Dwight Way Women’s Shelter in the spring of 1998.
Details: The mission of the Berkeley Free Clinic is to empower individuals and communities by providing accessible, client-centered health services and information. Since the Clinic opened, there has been an ever-present, albeit dynamic, need for its services as social conditions have undergone shifts and changes. It has become something of an icon in the area, and has served countless thousands in a variety of ways during its 45-year history.