Everett Teen Health Clinic
The Everett Teen Health Clinic is open. Due to COVID-19, Everett Teen Health Clinic will NOT be open for visits in the traditional way this Fall, but critical services are still available.
Teens who need physicals, immunizations, and sexual health care services such as pregnancy tests, STI/STD screening, birth control, and more, can now book appointments at the CHA Teen Health Center at Everett High School.
As a reminder, Flu season is almost here. This year, students are required to have a Flu vaccine by December 31, 2020 in order to participate in school. Flu vaccine is free at the Teen Health Center and can be provided by appointment during regular clinic hours. (Paperwork needs to be filled out by a parent or guardian prior to the flu vaccine visit.)
Depending on your health needs, you will be offered a virtual or in-person visit with me, Ronnie White, NP. No insurance? No problem! As before, we continue to be able to offer free primary care for Everett High School students, in addition to free and confidential sexual health services. We are very excited to continue to meet your health care needs!
Referrals for mental health services can be done by school personnel, parent or guardian online or during a visit with a nurse practitioner.
The Teen Health Centers will NOT be able to test for Covid 19. If you or a family member needs Covid testing, please call the Covid Triage Center at 617-665-1977.
Book an appointment today, or anytime, by calling 617-843-0700.