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St. Regis Mohawk School-Based Health Center | Health Newsletter

Written by on May 30, 2018 Filed in District Announcements, StRMS, StRMS Announcements




About School-Based Health Centers (SBHC):

The SBHC is a full service doctor’s office that is located in your child’s school building. The St. Regis Mohawk Health services is the partnering health care service organization that provides services to the St. Regis Mohawk Elementary SBHC .It is the SBHC’s commitment to assure that all students receive high quality, comprehensive health care with the added convenience of being in the school, where students spend most of their day.  Certainly, a healthy child is best equipped to learn and excel in the classroom.


How to Enroll Your Child at the SBHC?

For students to receive the full range of services available at the SBHC, parents/guardians must sign a parental consent form.   A single parental consent form allows the student to receive services at the SBHC for all the years s/he is enrolled in the school.   Parental consent forms are available at the SBHC.


What’s New?

SBHC Services


  • Acute Care
  • First Aid
  • Emergency Care
  • Immunizations
  • Comprehensive Physical Examinations
  • Dental
  • Testing/Screening
  • Health Education
  • Medication
  • Management of Chronic Conditions (i.e. asthma and diabetic treatments)
  • Mental Health Services
  • Nutritional Counseling


* Please note that some services are provided by referral to our community center.

Health Programs and Activities


Health Education:


Nutritional Counseling:


Mental/Emotional Health:


Meet the Staff


  • Mike Cook and Mathew Thompson- SBHC Administrator
  • Aimee C. Vida – Nurse Practitioner
  • Lisa Tarbell – Medical Assistant
  • Ben Kelly Medical Director

Health Article


A Healthy Body Starts with a Healthy Diet

Written by Aimee Vida

    It is certainly stressful to be a young child with school work, State exams and extra-curricular activities.  Parents are also faced with a demanding schedule that can leave you wiped out by the end of the day.  With this busy schedule it is easy to rely on “junk” snacks for a quick boost of energy.  The truth of the matter is, sugary snacks will calm hunger and provide a little energy, but in the long run, these snacks tend to provide only brief periods of energy followed by fatigue and very little or no nutritional value.  When looking for that 2 p.m. pick-me-up, why not reach for a healthy granola bar, low-fat yogurt, box of raisins, or crispy baby carrots with peanut butter dip.  These snacks will not only calm your hunger and give a boost of energy, but it will deliver you with added nutrients that contribute to a healthy diet.  A second source of empty calories during the school day is from soda and other sugar laced beverages.  The next time you head over to the vending machine; consider getting bottled water or fruit juice rather than a can of soda that may contain up to 12 spoons of sugar.  Small adjustments can make a big difference!


St Regis Mohawk Elementary  School-Based Health Center

385 Church Street

Hogansburg, NY 13655



Hours of operation: Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.



If you need assistance after-hours, weekends, and holidays call SRMHS at 518-358-3141, or go to local emergency room.