Teen Health Center

The Ingraham Teen Health Center is committed to helping adolescents achieve wellness and success in all aspects of life. We work in active partnership with teens, their families, the school and our community. The health center, which is located in the school, is open during the school year to provide health care and mental health counseling. The health center is available to all Ingraham students.

The Ingraham Teen Health Center is a collaboration among Ingraham High School, Public Health Seattle-King County, and Group Health. This program is sponsored, in part, by the Families and Education Levy passed by the voters of Seattle. We have a full time Nurse Practitioner and a Mental Health counselor providing all the services. The staff is trained to understand and treat the special health care needs of teens. Our team includes Teri Ginster, the Nurse Practitioner; Elenora Von the Mental Health Counselor; and Christy An, the Clinic Coordinator. All work closely with the school nurse, Janet Boyett. Please see below for our services offered at Ingraham SBHC.

Janet Boyett

Teri Ginster
206-205-0431 (If you need to leave a confidential message - do not use the email address)
Christy An   

Teen Health Center Registration Form
New Consent to bill and treat
Registration Form - Back
Registration Form - Cover page
Notice of Privacy Practices
FERPA ADR 2016-2017
Docu-sign Email Opt In
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Primary Care
Sports Physicals
Check ups: Physical Exams
Family Planning
STD screening and treatment
Health Education
Health Eating
Physical Activity & Fitness
Personal Appearance
Preventing Illness
Birth Control Option (Safer sex)
Sexual Orientation
Mental Health Counseling
Loss of loved one
Healthy Relationships
Family conflict
Peer Pressure
Healthy Habits
School nurse’s office – next to the Counseling/Attendance office

Monday – Friday
7:30 A.M. – 3:00 P.M
Phone 206-205-0430
Fax 206-205-0432

Who can be seen at the Center?
At Ingraham Teen Health Center, students may be seen by appointment with consent from their parents, during school hours or after school. Teens of any age may be seen for confidential family-planning services. Mental-health services are available without parent consent for teens age 13 and over [Reproductive Privacy Act, RCW 99.02)]. Consent forms are available at the Teen Health Center.

Referrals to community resources are also available.



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