Adolescent Medicine
MSC09 5240
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001

We encourage physicians to call the PALS Line (272-2000) for phone advice or consults.

Administrator:
Terri Chauvet
Phone: (505) 925-7618
TChauvet@salud.unm.edu

UNM School-Based Health Centers

Referral numbers:
Carrie Tingley Adolescent Clinic: (505) 272-4511
UNMH Adolescent Clinic: (505) 272-2345

SBHCs:
Albuquerque High School: (505) 244-1330
Highland High School: (505) 256-3363
Roosevelt Middle School: (505) 281-3602
Van Buren Middle School: (505) 256-2555
Washington Middle School: (505) 248-1116
East San Jose Elementary: (505) 244-0334

A team of health care in a school setting to provide primary care, mental health services, referral and prevention. Dr. Jane McGrath is the medical director with other physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, psychiatrists, and therapists participating in the program. Medical students, residents, and other Health Sciences Center students are welcome to inquire about participation as part of their community involvement programs. There SBHC providers needed medical services to those children and youth who normally to do not have access to a medical provider.

The University of New Mexico School-Based Health Center program provides health care services at several elementary, middle, and high schools in the Albuquerque, NM area. The centers are open during school hours and are staffed by licensed health care professionals and clinical assistants. Services are available to all students—regardless of their ability to pay—and include primary care (treatment of minor injuries and illnesses, immunizations, sports physicals, yearly comprehensive well child exams), mental health, referral, and prevention services. Additionally, dental services are provided at Highland High School and Van Buren Middle School. Dr. Jane McGrath, MD is the medical director and provides care along with other physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, psychiatrists, and therapists. Medical students, residents, and other Health Sciences Center students are welcome to inquire about participation as part of their community involvement programs. The SBHC program is a collaborative effort with the Department of Pediatrics, Department of Family and Community Medicine, the Department of Psychiatry, and the College of Pharmacy.