FORT HOOD, TX – Beginning Thursday, Feb. 23, eligible military dependents enrolled to Belton independent school district (BISD) grades six through 12 can receive primary care services at a new clinic located at Belton High School.

Darnall’s first school-based health clinic will open every Thursday from 8 – 11:30 a.m.

The adolescent medicine team will provide comprehensive primary care services to include physical exams, immunizations, and the management of minor illnesses and injuries. Classroom consultation on wellness issues and referrals to specialty care are also available.

A signed consent form, available from BISD, is required to receive services. All students under 18 years old must have a consent form signed by a parent or guardian on file to receive health clinic services. Students 18 and older can sign their own consent forms.

The military adolescent school-based health initiative (MASHBI) is a joint effort of the Belton Independent School District (BISD) and division of Adolescent medicine within Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center’s Pediatrics department.

Parents can make appointments by calling the adolescent medicine clinic at (254) 553-3523 or (254) 553-3765.