ILP Contact Info

Nurse Venditte

Phone: (531) 299-2840

Fax: (531) 299-2859

School Based Health Centers

To ensure students are healthy and ready to learn, the Omaha Public Schools partners with OneWorld Community Health Center and Charles Drew Health Center to provide quality health care within eight School Based Health Centers (SBHC) in buildings throughout the district.  The SBHC's are staffed by licensed advanced practice registered nursed  nurses and physicians assistants that can diagnose, treat and prescribe medication for many illnesses that keep children out of the classroom, in addition to providing school physicals, physicals to participate in athletics and administering immunizations which are required to attend school.  With parent/guardian consent, any OPS student and their minor siblings may use the services provided in the SBHC.  The relationship with a student's medical home is not disrupted if the SBHC is utilized by the student.  The SBHC accepts Medicaid, Kids Connection, commercial insurance, or they can provide a low-cost sliding fee schedule for uninsured children based on family income and size.  To enroll, the "School Based Health Center Enrollment and Consent Form" must be completed by a parent/guardian and returned to school.  For enrollment forms and more complete information about hours, services and cost, visit or call your school nurse for assistance.

School Based Heath Centers

Indian Hill Elementary

3121 U Street

(402) 933-4968

Liberty Elementary

2021 St. Mary's Ave.

(402) 505-8180

Kellom Elementary

311 N 24th Street

(402) 505-5451

Spring Lake Magnet

4215 S. 20th Street

(402) 932-7014

Belvedere Elementary

3775 Curtis Ave.

(402) 932-1232

King Science & Technology Magnet

3720 Florence Blvd.

(402) 502-5644

Bryan High School

4700 Giles Road


Northwest High School

8204 Crown Point Ave.

(402) 916-5964