Health Services

Dr. Taylor MacKenzie Health Center

Having your child live at Navajo Prep all week long can be difficult — especially when trying to schedule a doctor’s appointment for your child. The School Based Health Center (SBHC) is an outpatient clinic on campus. We bring health care to where students are — in school — making it convenient for you, as a parent.

We provide comprehensive health services so students can avoid health-related absences and get support to succeed in school. We serve all Navajo Prep Students who have parental consent. Our services are free thanks to our working relationship with Shiprock IHS and a grant from the Department of Health.

School Nurse’s Office

The School Nurse and Health Assistant are available to provide care to students with minor illnesses or injuries. A cot room is available for students to rest if they do not feel well enough to attend classes. Observation and supportive care, including over the counter medications and nutrition, are provided. The School Nursing staff may triage students with primary health care needs to a SBHC doctor. For more urgent or complex needs, referrals may be made to San Juan Regional Medical Center or a local urgent care clinic, at the discretion of the School Nurse or another NPS staff member.

Clinic Hours

Monday – Thursday
7:30 am – 5:00 pm
Friday
8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Clinic Contact Information

Phone: 505-326-6571 ext. 115
Fax: 505-326-1834
Call us to make an appointment.

School Nurse / School Based Health Center Coordinator

Rita Abboud, MPH, RN
Cell Phone: 505-716-7256
E-Mail: moc.p1508659503erpoj1508659503avan@1508659503duobb1508659503ar1508659503

Health Assistant

Beverly Nelson
E-Mail: moc.p1508659503erpoj1508659503avan@1508659503nosle1508659503nb1508659503

The SBHC gives students medical and behavioral health attention including:

  • Sports Physicals
  • Immunizations & Flu Shots
  • Illness/Injuries
  • Laboratory Tests
  • Prescription Medications
  • Mental Health Counseling*
  • Family Planning*

*Confidential Services for Minors: While the SBHC staff encourages students to discuss their health issues with their parents, NM law states these services do not require parental consent or notification, unless there is an immediate concern. Students requesting these services are required to sign an Informed Consent for Confidential Services.


Online Health Records

Access for students at mymagnus.com


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