HealthPoint Teen Clinic
Welcome students and parents/guardians!
The Renton High School HealthPoint clinic is a health clinic inside Renton High School that is open to all students. You must register through DocuSIgn. The clinic opened in 2017 and is run by HealthPoint, a local Community Health Center with medical and dental clinics serving people across King County. HealthPoint collaborates with clinic partners Renton Area Youth and Family Services (RAYS) and King County Sexual Assault Resource Center (KCSARC) to provide a wide variety of services to the students of Renton High. Our goal is to serve the Renton High School community by making sure students are healthy, happy, and ready to learn!
The clinic offers primary healthcare services, including:
- Preventive health care
- Referrals to other health care specialists
- Examination and treatment of common health problems
- Support for depression, anxiety, anger, and substance use
- Help getting health insurance and access to other resources
- Counseling for healthy eating and exercise
- Mental health counseling
- Appointments before, during, and after school
- Reproductive health care and risk reduction
- Sports Physicals and Well Checks
- Basic dental care
For more detailed information about the HealthPoint Teen Clinic at Renton High, please visit the RHS clinic home page.
In order to schedule an appointment at the HealthPoint clinic, please complete the HealthPoint registration forms linked below. If you would like to get your sports physical exam at the HealthPoint clinic, please review the sports physical letter linked below. You will also need to complete and sign the first two pages (History Form) of the sports physical clearance forms linked below. All forms will need to be completed, signed, and delivered to the HealthPoint clinic in order to schedule an appointment. You can drop the forms off in person at the clinic, located next to the school nurse’s office, or you can mail the forms to the clinic address at the bottom of this page .
Why use the HealthPoint clinic at Renton High? What are the benefits?
When students are healthy, they have better school attendance and it is easier for them to learn. Using the clinic at school also means they miss less school for doctor’s appointments, and caregivers don’t have to miss work to take students to appointments. The HealthPoint clinic offers a low-barrier option for students who need medical care.
Who works at the clinic?
The clinic includes a clinic coordinator, a medical provider, mental health providers from HealthPoint and Renton Area Youth and Family Services (RAYS), and a prevention services specialist from King County Sexual Assault Resource Center (KCSARC).
Does my student need insurance to be seen at the clinic? What if I can’t pay?
The clinic does not collect fees, and there is no out-of-pocket cost to you. The clinic can see students even if they don’t have insurance or can’t pay, and the clinic can help you get insurance if you want or need help.
Can the HealthPoint clinic’s medical provider be my regular doctor?
Yes! Our clinic provides the same type of primary health care you would find at a primary care office in the community. If you already have a doctor, the providers at the HealthPoint clinic can work collaboratively with them.
Can I get my sports physical completed at the HealthPoint clinic?
Yes! If you have a doctor who knows you well, we recommend you get your sports physical from them if you can. If you don’t have a regular doctor, if there are cost concerns, or if it’s not convenient to see your regular doctor, you are welcome to schedule your sports physical at the HealthPoint clinic.
Is the clinic part of the school? Do you share my medical information with the school?
Even though the clinic is inside the school, it is run by a separate organization. The clinic staff are not school employees. We do not share private health information with school staff unless we have permission from patients. When possible, we try to collaborate with the school to help students, but this is always done with patient permission. To learn more about your confidentiality rights in healthcare, visit the Department of Health and Human Services.
How can I schedule an appointment at the clinic?
Students need to be registered with the HealthPoint clinic to make an appointment. Fortunately, it’s easy to get registered. See the “Important Forms” tab for more information on how to become a registered patient.
If you have other questions, or need assistance, please call our office!
HealthPoint Teen Clinic at Renton High School
400 S. 2nd Street
Renton, WA 98057
Phone: (425) 424-6310
Fax: (425) 255-0742