The Pulse School Based Health Center
Solvista Health has combined forces with Cañon City Schools and Valley-Wide Health Systems to offer school-based health services to students enrolled in Cañon City Schools.The Pulse school-based health clinic offers medical, dental and behavioral health services in one centrally located clinic at Cañon City Middle School. Services are also available to school district staff and school-aged family members of students and staff.
To get started with services at the Pulse Health Clinic, click below to download the Consent Form. Please print, fill out and bring the completed form to the clinic.
Services available at The Pulse include:
- Physical exams (sports physicals)
- Minor injuries and illness
- Helping manage issues like asthma, allergies and diabetes
- Talking with a mental health professional about:
- feelings of sadness
- feelings of anxiety
- behavioral concerns
- substance use
- thoughts of harm or suicide
- family conflict
- managing stress
- Prescriptions and medications
- Health and wellness education
- Reproductive health
- Referrals for other providers
Does a parent need to be present for the student to receive services?
Parents are always welcome to be present and encouraged to participate in their child’s care.However, if the parent or legal guardian has signed a consent form, he/she does not need to be present for students 12 years of age and above. Students under the age of 12 must have a parent present to receive services.
How much will it cost for my child to receive services at The Pulse?