The Wilson Health Clinic at Sidney City Schools provides preferred access for school employees, students, and their families, and is also open to the public for primary care services. A full range of age-appropriate health care services is offered in the clinic.
Lyndsey North, CNP, is welcoming new patients at the clinic. With years of experience in a family practice setting, Lyndsey cares for patients of all ages. She provides comprehensive family medicine with a special interest in wellness, preventative care, and disease management.
Faculty, students, and their families can rely on the Wilson Health Clinic at Sidney City Schools to meet their needs for a full range of age-appropriate healthcare services, including:
- Family medical care including acute illnesses such as flu, colds, cough, etc.
- Chronic conditions management
- Health education and prevention
- Nutrition education
- School & wellness examinations.
The clinic’s strategic location on campus—in close proximity to one primary school, and the middle and high schools—offers greater healthcare access to about 75 percent of the district’s student population.
The clinic, located in the lower level of the Board of Education building separate from the main offices, offers ample parking, an easy entrance, and an elevator. Clinic staff will be able to assist families with insurance information.
Sidney City Schools also works in partnership with the Wilson Health Clinic at Sidney City Schools to offer special events like athletic physicals.
In addition to Wilson Health’s Urgent Care, the Wilson Health Clinic at Sidney City Schools is now another option for the community—especially students—to access quality health care when they need it.