Bayhealth Medical Center - Bayhealth Wellness Centers

The Bayhealth Wellness Centers work to meet the physical needs of young people, as well as their nutritional, mental, and emotional needs. Available at area high schools, the Bayhealth Wellness Centers provide services related to physical health, nutrition, mental health, laboratory tests, and healthy-lifestyle education. They also provide sports physicals and treat minor medical conditions.

What is it?

The Bayhealth Wellness Centers work to meet the physical needs of young people, as well as their nutritional, mental, and emotional needs. Available at area high schools, the Bayhealth Wellness Centers provide services related to physical health, nutrition, mental health, laboratory tests, and healthy-lifestyle education. They also provide sports physicals and treat minor medical conditions.

Who is it for?

Students at seven area high schools: Woodbridge, Lake Forrest, Milford, Caesar Rodney, Dover, Woodbridge, and Smyrna High Schools.

 

Why do they do it?

The Wellness Centers focus on prevention and promote positive physical and mental health.

Impact

In the 2011-2012 school year, nurse practitioners completed 5,148 medical visits, licensed mental health providers made 3,872 visits, and registered dieticians completed 723 visits.

Contact: Pam Marecki
Assistant Vice President, Marketing & Communications
Telephone: 302-744-7013

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