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On-site Health Center

Universal Community Health Center is now partnering with Quincy Jones Elementary to provide on-site health services. Our goal: ensure all health needs and health-related barriers to learning are addressed and managed.

Services are open to all residents of the community, not just the students.

School Address: 900 E 33rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90011

Three Ways To Get Started

  1. Call Blanca Resinos (School Based Coordinator) 323-233-3100 ext. 119

  2. Complete forms online (Patient Intake Form and Consent Form

  3. Print, complete, and bring forms to your first visit (Download Patient Intake Form, Download Consent Form, Download Financial Release Form, Download Sliding Fee Form)

Preventive Care 

  • Health screenings

  • Immunizations

  • Dental exams and cleanings

  • Nutritional education

  • Mental health screenings and services

  • Management of chronic disease and/or current health 

  • Substance abuse interventions

  • Referral for other services not available at the health center

Nursing Services

  • First aid 

  • Administration of medications

  • Vision and hearing testing

  • Disease screening

  • Assistance in the organization of student care to meet needs of disabled students (outlined in 504 plans and IEPs)

Support Services

  • Mental health counseling 

  • Physical activity awareness, nutritional counseling and support for eating disorders

  • Drug and alcohol awareness including treatment to stop smoking

  • Peer health education and counseling

  • Parent education

  • Cultural diversity awareness

  • Medicaid enrollment (a federal program that helps with healthcare costs for those with limited income and resources)

  • Dedicated health insurance enrollment specialist

Our Service Goals

  • Improve the health status of children through mental, physical, and social emotional support

  • Provide health education and disease prevention activities

  • Improve access to health care and medical insurance

  • Reduce incidences of transmittable diseases and improve immunization rates

  • Increase communication with parents and decrease communication barriers related to health issues

  • Provide services to families at risk of, or suspected of, child maltreatment

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