Healthy Kids School-Based Health Clinics
Healthy Kids School-Based Health Clinic is an extension of health services offered in the Iowa City Community School District. The clinic serves residents of Johnson County, ages 0–21, through graduation age, offering physicals, sports physicals, immunizations, and more.
We are a United Way funded, community supported, free medical clinic model. Our mission is to work collaboratively with area medical partners to provide accessible primary, mental health, and specialty care to underserved and uninsured populations.
We also help to connect new and current Iowa residents, insured or eligible for health care assistance, to resources in the area. This can range from finding a local dental provider to assisting in applying for Hawk-I or Medicaid. Please click here for additional clinic information and services.
Consider a DONATION. We need your support! In order to continue providing primary and mental health services to Johnson County's most vulnerable youth, please consider donating to either the Community Foundation of Johnson County OR the United Way of Johnson and Washington Counties. Instructions on how to designate funds to Healthy Kids School-based Health Clinics below.
To designate funds (from UWJWC site): Unless otherwise designated (via ePledge or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org) your donation will be applied directly to the United Way Common Good Fund, an investment in the income, education, and health of our community, building educational success, financial stability, healthy living, disaster services and volunteer opportunities.
To designate funds: You may write in "Healthy Kids School-based Health Clinics" as the organization you'd like to direct your donation towards.