Whether you’re a first time or continuing parent of a student in the Franklin-McKinley School District, it is important to make the health of our children a priority. Mandated health screenings (vision, dental, and hearing) are conducted by the District throughout the school year. Parents are notified by the District nurse should a student require additional medical attention. For a full list of mandated health screenings in the state of California, click here.
The District partners with various community-based organizations to ensure families have access to health screenings, immunizations, physicals, and many other services. The following organizations offer various services to ensure your children stay healthy and ready for school.
Provides comprehensive, high quality, and affordable healthcare to the community. All patients are welcome regardless of ability to pay. Convenient evening office hours M-F until 10 pm, with language capabilities in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese.
Insurance programs accept Medi-Cal/Medicare, Child Health and Disability Program (CHDP), Every Woman Counts (known as The Cancer Detection Program or CDP), Family PACT, Private Health Insurance, & Early Access to Primary Care (EAPC). For appointments or general questions, please call 408-729-9700.
Franklin-McKinley Neighborhood Clinic is part of the School Health Clinics in Santa Clara County. The clinic focuses on serving low income, uninsured and medically underserved children from infancy to age 19 residents of Santa Clara County. The clinic has bilingual English/Spanish medical assistants and licensed physicians to serve the community.
The clinic provides the following services: urgent care, physical exams, sports physical exams, monitoring and treatment of chronic diseases, diabetes, asthma, immunizations, lab tests, assistance with enrollment in low cost health insurance, reproductive health, mental health services, prescriptions, dental services, nutrition counseling, health education, and health navigation assistance. For appointments, please call 408-283-6051.
The mission of Healthier Kids Foundation is to ensure access and advocacy for health care services for children in Santa Clara County by engaging in resource development, programming, and outreach on behalf of under-served community members.
Programs & Services: 10 steps to a Healthier You, Baby Gateway Project, Childhood Obesity Prevention, Community Outreach Program, The Prevention, and Education (COPE) Program, and Dental, Hearing & Vision Screenings. For more information or appointments call, please call 408-564-5114.