• clinic Student Health Center

    The Health Centers: click for an informational video about our health centers!

    Madison High School is one of 12 schools in Multnomah County that has a Student Health Center on campus. Having a Student Health Center is like having a doctor’s office at our school--meaning that students can get care for routine visits, immunizations, lab tests and even mental health support.  

    There is never an out of pocket cost to families (no cost for appointments or co-pays) and same day appointments are available. All students are welcome, regardless of income or access to insurance.

    Make an appointment

    Appointments are recommended but walk-ins are welcome. Call 503-988-3382 for an appointment or with questions!


    • Physical exams
    • Sports physicals
    • Treatment for illness and injury
    • Vision, dental and blood pressure screenings
    • Immunizations
    • Mental health services
    • Age-appropriate reproductive health
    • Routine lab tests
    • Prescription medications
    • Health education, counseling and wellness promotion
    • Fitness and nutrition education and counseling
    • Referrals for healthcare services not provided at the clinics


    The Madison High School Student Health Center is open five days a week (Monday-Friday).

    Our Student Health Center hours are:

    • Monday/Tuesday, 8:45 am-4:45 pm
    • Wednesday/Thursday/Friday, 7:45-3:45 pm

    Additionally, youth can access care at any of the other Multnomah County Student Health Centers. More information on location and hours.



    All Multnomah County school-aged youth can access healthcare at a Student Health Center. Health insurance is accepted, but not required. The Madison High School Student Health Center is open to all K-12 aged youth that either live or go to school in Multnomah County. 


    There is never an out-of-pocket cost for accessing care at a Student Health Center services (no co-pay or cost for appointments).

    Student Health Centers are funded by insurance, Medicaid, grants and public funds. Providing your insurance information allows us to bill your insurance so we can serve as many students as possible. 

    Families with no health insurance or who do not provide insurance information are referred to an eligibility specialist to see if they qualify for the Oregon Health Plan or other insurance. This could fully insure your child for medical, dental and emergency services. We strongly encourage you to apply for this coverage.


    updated 1/18