School-based Health Centers

Our School-based Health Center (SBHC) program provides students access to comprehensive preventive and primary health care services at four middle schools in Greenville County – Berea Middle School, Tanglewood Middle  School, Lakeview Middle School, and Greenville Early College.  These schools are a part of a grant-funded initiative called OnTrack Greenville. Greenville Health System, United Way of Greenville County, Social Innovation Fund, Greenville Partnership for Philanthropy, Riley Institute at Furman University, and other local and national non-profit partners have teamed up to help these middle schools students stay in school, stay on track, and build a successful future.

For more information about OnTrack Greenville, click on the link here: http://www.unitedwaygc.org/ontrackgreenville.

The SBHC can provide a variety of services for your child such as:

  • Diagnosing and treating acute illness
  • Caring for chronic conditions such as asthma and diabetes
  • Conducting sport physicals

The School-based Health Center nurse practitioner, Holly Bryan, and registered nurse, Lucia Wilkes, are passionate about providing your child with the best care!

If your child is currently enrolled at one of the OnTrack Greenville middle schools, and you are interested in this service, contact the school’s guidance counselor (links to school’s websites below) to obtain a form. You can also download the English or Spanish versions by clicking on the link below and send the completed form to school with your child.

Berea Middle School: https://www.greenville.k12.sc.us/beream/

Lakeview Middle School: https://www.greenville.k12.sc.us/lakeview/

Tanglewood Middle School: https://www.greenville.k12.sc.us/twood/

Greenville Early College: https://greenville.k12.sc.us/ec/

Download the GHS School-based Health Center consent forms here:

English version                           Spanish version

Focused In-Service Trainings for School Personnel

School Health has also coordinated trainings for school personnel on current trending health issues, such as childhood obesity, mental health, and various other topics. These trainings can be tailored to any health topic affecting your faculty and/or students. If your school district is interested in having an in-service training, please contact Melinda Lavallee-Turner, Program Coordinator, at (864) 454-2341.

For more information on the School-based Health Support program, please contact:
Melinda Lavallee-Turner, Program Coordinator
(864) 454-2341 | mlavallee-turner@ghs.org