Welcome to Health Centers in Schools

Health Centers in Schools integrates health programs and services through school-based health centers and the school nurse program, creating “medical homes” for all East Baton Rouge Parish public school students in Louisiana. HCS is unique and comprehensive, demonstrating significant cost benefits in student health care. In the 2015-16 school year, HCS staff provided about 104,000 student encounters in the form of vision and hearing screenings, flu vaccinations, dental screenings, sports physicals and many other services.

Health Consent Forms Required

Parents, please complete health center consent forms to enable your child to receive medical or behavioral health care if a health center is at his/her school. Click here for a health center consent form --fill it out and sign it, returning it to your child's school. If your child needs medication at school, please complete the following forms and return them to your child's school so your child will receive proper care: 1) Medication Administration form , 2) Physician or NP orders for Medication form. REMEMBER, your child must have proper consent forms on file at the school to receive medical or mental health treatment from HCS.
Health Centers in Schools is a wholly owned subsidiary of Our Lady of the Lake Children's Hospital.
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Health Center Hours


Broadmoor High School Health Center is open for appointments Mon.-Fri. on regular school days for students ages 11-22 with signed consent forms. Same day appointments are available. Broadmoor is also open on some school holidays. To schedule an appointment at Broadmoor, call 225-924-7707.

Glen Oaks High School Health Center is temporarily closed due to the school being flooded. During the regular school year, HCS maintains health centers at 5 more schools; school nurses are at all other EBR public schools.

Are MUMPS here again?!


Louisiana's Office of Public Health has reported several cases of mumps at LSU in Baton Rouge and at Loyola in New Orleans. NOTE: NO cases of mumps have been reported in EBR Parish Schools. If you or your child have symptoms such as fever, headache, muscle aches, tiredness, loss of appetite, followed by swelling or tenderness of glands in the throat, please see your healthcare provider immediately. Individuals with mumps should stay home from school or work from 5 days after any swelling begins. Prevention: Receiving two doses of the measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) vaccine is the best way to prevent mumps. Passing of the mumps virus requires very close contact with an infectious individual, so do not share food or drink. Find more information about mumps at these links: LA Department of Health: Mumps and Mumps FAQ