Whitney Young School Based Health Center

Whitney Young Health logoHealth services site at Watervliet Jr./Sr. High School available to all students

The goal of Whitney Young Health’s School-Based Health Center (SBHC) program is to promote children’s overall health so that they are able to fully benefit from their education.

To learn more about the School Based Health Center program, visit the Whitney Young Health website.

The school-based health center in Watervliet City schools provides primary and preventative medical services to UPK-12 students who are enrolled in the program. The SBHC is located in the nurse’s office on the first floor of the Watervliet Jr./Sr. High School.

To enroll your child for these services, please complete a parental consent/enrollment packet. Download the required forms

SBHC HOURS OF OPERATION (as of Sept. 2021)

  • Monday, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • Tuesday, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Wednesday, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • Thursday, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Friday, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

When the Watervliet SBHC is not open, 24-hour coverage available. Please call 518-465-4771.

MEET THE STAFF

Melissa S. Feltman, CPNP-PC

  • Role in the SBHC: Pediatric provider
  • Professional background/areas of expertise: NICU, primary pediatrics, WOW
  • Why you are looking forward to working at Watervliet’s SBHC this year: I enjoy teenagers and look forward to being part of the community (no lice please)

Brooke Raveendranath, CPNP

  • Role in the SBHC: Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
  • Professional background/areas of expertise: I completed my undergraduate degree in nursing from Binghamton University and then went on to work on a Pediatric Physical Rehabilitation Unit at NYC Medical Center while pursuing my master’s degree in nursing at Hunter College. I began my NP career in a rural school based health center moving on to private practice and now returning to my passion which is community health. I have been promoting and caring for the health of children for 18 years. Maintaining children’s health and specifically adolescent health is my area of expertise.
  • Why you are looking forward to working at Watervliet’s SBHC this year: I am looking forward to working at Watervliet SBHC to be able to provide quality health care while ensuring educational success in children. I am excited to get to know the children and their families as well as the teachers and staff members in the district. I feel the most at home in a school setting having grown up with a mother as an educator and volunteering in schools since a teenager. This will be an exciting year ahead!