Welcome to HealthHUB
The HealthHUB School-Based Clinic is the school clinic for the towns of South Royalton, Strafford, Chelsea, Sharon, Bethel, Tunbridge, Orange, Washington, Stockbridge, and Williamstown, Vermont.
HealthHUB was started in the 1990s by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grants. It is a non-profit, 501(c3) organization. HealthHUB operates in collaboration with the South Royalton Health Center. The school nurses are able to consult with the South Royalton Health Center.
The mission of the school clinics is to deliver prompt and cost-effective Medical, Dental and Mental Health services to children from infancy through high school.
Since school is where students spend a considerable part of their day, providing health services there has many benefits.
- Parents benefit by not losing time from work and getting prompt treatment for their children.
- Students and teachers benefit by having more class time because appointments are scheduled in coordination with the student’s schedule.
- Everyone benefits by having a health care professional regularly in the school available for questions and able to provide accurate information to children in a timely and friendly manner.
Did you know...
... that the average in-school visit SAVES parents 2 hours of travel and work time, while reducing lost classroom time for students and teachers by 1.5 hours!
Our staff includes:
Medical Director – Becky Foulk, MD
Pediatricians – Sam McWilliams, MD and Ashley Miller, MD
Clinic Coordinators – Ellen Gnaedinger, RN and Susan Hull, RN
Pediatric Nurse Practitioner – Frank Lamson, CPNP
Dental Hygienist – Samantha Petrone, RDH
Mental Health Counselor – Kim Therrien, LICSW