Partnership with Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers creates in-school clinic at Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in Milwaukee
Milwaukee, WI – Cristo Rey Jesuit High School and Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers announced the opening of a new in-school clinic at Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in January. Since the Cristo Rey clinic launched, Sixteenth Street has seen students for preventive care, acute care needs, and other general medical services. The visits have taken place both in person and through a telehealth option. Further, Sixteenth Street provides COVID education and conversation through virtual meetings to staff, students, and families.
“To have students be successful academically, they must also be supported and given the resources to be successful in school and at home,” said Cristo Rey Jesuit High School nurse Amalie Hansen. “Sixteenth Street Clinic will allow access to healthcare in the school. This partnership shows the commitment CRJ has to providing a continuum of support and care for students and staff.”
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