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     Kids Care Clinic

    Address: 1400 37th Street, Evans, Colorado

    Phone: 970-348-1112

    Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 AM-5:00 PM

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    Sunrise Community Health's Kids Care Clinic is a School-Based Health Center located on-site at Centennial Elementary School in Evans. This is currently our 11th year of providing services. We offer a wide variety of services including: well child exams/sports physicals, vaccinations, minor injury care, and sick visits. We also offer dental services on-site including: routine exams, cleanings, sealants and fluoride treatments. There is a Medicaid/CHP+ technician on-site to help our families enroll (if they are eligible) for these programs. We also have the ability to provide mental health services/counseling
    Who do we serve? What is the cost? 
    All services are provided for students (and their siblings) of Greeley-Evans School District 6 (including all charter schools). Newborns to age 21 are welcome. All students receive services despite the ability to pay. Insurance is not required, however, Medicaid, CHP+, and private insurance are accepted.
    Services that we provide at the
    Kids Care Clinic:
    • Well Child visits
    • School and sports physicals
    • Sick visits
    • Vaccines
    • Dental
    • Behavioral Health
    • Medicaid/CHP+ assistance
    The Kids Care Clinic Collaborative Team includes School Nurse, Health Clerk, Outreach Coordinator, Behavioral Health Consultant, Family Nurse Practitioner, Medical Assistant, and a Community Outreach Technician, which assists with Medicaid and Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) for children)

    Same Day Appointments Available: For Sick or Injured Children

    Please contact Catherine at 348-1112 or your school RN/health clerk in the school health office for assistance.

    Our Health Advisory team includes members from our sponsoring agencies: Sunrise Community Health Center, North Range Behavioral Health, District 6, Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment and North Colorado Health Alliance.