Welcome to Health Centers in Schools

Health Centers in Schools integrates health programs and services, 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 2013-14 school year, HCS staff provided 117,752 student encounters in the form of vision and hearing screenings, flu vaccinations, dental screenings, sports physicals and many other services.

Health Consent Forms Required

FREE Flu Vaccinations are now being offered to ALL students in EBR Parish Schools. Click here to get the 2014 Flu Consent Packet. Also, click here for a Spanish translation of the consent form . Spanish translations of Vaccine Information Sheets are available at CDC.gov.
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.

Latest News and Events

Health Center Hours

Broadmoor High School Health Center is open for appointments Mon. to Fri. during school hours for students ages 11-22 with signed consent forms. Students from other schools may make appointments beginning at 1pm. Call 225-924-7707 to schedule an appointment at Broadmoor.

Glen Oaks High School Health Center is also open for students ages 11-22, during school hours, with late appointments available for students at other schools. Call 225-355-9759 for an appointment at Glen Oaks. Same day appointments are available at both clinics. HCS has 6 other school health centers, and school nurses at all other EBR public schools.


What are these numbers: 5-2-1-0+10? A part of Mayor-President Kip Holden's Healthy City Initiative, HCS is partnering with several other agencies to tell students about this simple program that can help them adopt a healthier lifestyle. See "Programs" on the HCS website to learn more or click here:
Health Centers in Schools is a wholly owned subsidiary of Our Lady of the Lake Children's Hospital.