Winton Woods School-Based Health Center

Last Updated: 11/10/2023 8:52 PM

Winton Woods City Schools is thrilled to offer healthcare services to our Winton Woods students, families, staff, and community. We want to make you aware of an important School-Based Health Center consent form, which is now accessible in Final Forms.

It is essential for all children to have a completed consent form by a parent or guardian. We kindly request your prompt response as "yes" or "no" on the School-Based Health Care consent form. Thank you for your attention and cooperation.

To complete the consent form, please click here:




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Frequently Asked Questions

What is School-Based Health? 

A School-Based health center (SBHC) is like a doctor’s office setting but inside the school. Health care is offered onsite at the school and during the school day. It offers an integrated team-based care approach centered on whole-person wellness with medical, dental, behavioral health, and referral services to ensure each child’s needs are met. School Health Services are provided by a family nurse practitioner, behavioral health provider, and dental staff during school hours throughout the school year. It provides an easy way for children and families to get healthcare who may not have access to any and a convenient option for parents to get their child checked without having to leave work. These services are offered through The HealthCare Connection in partnership with Winton Woods Schools. 


Who can be seen or access services? 

Any student in the Winton Woods School District who has signed a consent form through the Final Forms platform, as well as staff and family members. We see patients from birth, to the end of life. 


What insurance is accepted? 

THCC accepts Medicaid and Medicare plans, as well as most Commercial Insurance. Commercial insurances include Aetna, Anthem, Beech Street, Century Health, Cigna, Fiserv Health, Health Partners, Health Span, Humana, Medical Benefit, Medical Mutual, and United Health Care. Insurance packages may vary and change, so please call (513) 554-4100 for any questions. Patients may be eligible for discounted services based on family size and income. Insurances are accepted and assistance with applying for Medicaid is available. No one will be turned away based on inability to pay. 


Please complete your Students Final Form - School-Based Health Center Consent Form to enroll your student for services at

To learn more about The HealthCare Connection, please visit or call, (513) 588-3623.