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RLA Health & Wellness Center

Round Lake High School 800 N High School Dr, Round Lake, IL 60073

Monday - Thursday  7:30am-4:30pm

Primary care clinic offering medical and behavioral health services to all RLAS-116 students including:

  • School and sports physicals
  • Immunizations
  • Treatment of minor illness or injury
  • Management of asthma, diabetes, seizures
  • Basic lab tests
  • Prescribing/dispensing medication for common illnesses
  • Reproductive health services
  • Substance abuse counseling
  • Crisis intervention
  • Dental care referrals

Esther Harris, Family Nurse Practitioner, Lake County Health Department
Jim Ogle, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Therapist, NICASA/LCHD

Please note that students need a signed parent consent form in order to be served.

If you want to be seen at the Health and Wellness Center:

Medical Services: Go to School Nurse’s Office. The nurse will make arrangements for you to be seen at the Health and Wellness Center.

Behavioral Health Services: Inform a social worker, school counselor, administrator, or school nurse of your concern. A referral will be made to the Health and Wellness Center for an appointment.

You may also contact the Health & Wellness Center directly at 847-257-1200.

Click <<here>> to access Frequently Asked Questions.

In 2010, a group of concerned representatives from organizations in the Round Lake Area began addressing the growing health care needs and increasing barriers to access health care facing Round Lake Area families.  Of particular concern was the impact these health issues were having on the academic achievement of students. In 2011, the Healthcare Foundation of Northern Lake County (HFNLC) provided a grant to conduct a feasibility study for opening a school-based health center in the Round Lake Area. In 2012, HFNLC provided additional funds to support a planning phase, during which time, an Advisory Committee worked on developing a business plan for the School-Based Health Center. Construction began over the summer of 2014 and the facility opened to students on October 7, 2014. In January 2017, services were made available to all RLAS-116 students and staff.