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Jackson School-Based Clinics

The School of Nursing at the University of Mississippi Medical Center operates several nurse-managed, school-based health clinics in the Metro-Jackson area. These health clinics are located at Galloway Elementary School, Johnson Elementary School and Lanier High School.

Galloway Health Clinic located at Galloway Elementary

This is the first year for Galloway Health Clinic to be open at Galloway Elementary School. Due to the consolidation of Jackson Public Schools and the closing of Brown Elementary School, Brown Health Clinic was moved to Galloway Elementary School. This health clinic will provide an accessible source of primary and episodic health services to all students who attend Galloway Elementary. Services include comprehensive physical/mental health assessments, yearly required well-child checks, vision and hearing screenings, treatments for acute and chronic illness, as well as referrals to appropriate health care when an illness or treatment is out of the scope of practice for the nurse practitioner. In addition to health care services for the students at Galloway, health education will be provided to the faculty and staff who work at Galloway Elementary. We will also offer faculty and staff health screenings for those who desire this care.

Galloway Elementary School Health Clinic
186 Idlewild Street
Jackson, MS 39203
(601) 352-6392

Nurse practitioners

  • Lora Martin, MSN, RN, FNP-C
  • Sharon McElwain, DNP, RN, FNP-C
  • Kathleen Rhodes, MSN, RN, FNP-C

Patient care coordinator

  • Cheryl Ervin-Jones

Hours of operation

  • 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday-Friday

Johnson Elementary School Health Clinic

For more than 19 years, the School of Nursing at the University of Mississippi Medical Center has operated the health clinic at Johnson Elementary School. Located in northwest Jackson, the school clinic offers services to over 400 students, as well as faculty and staff. These services include medication prescriptions, point of care testing, well-child screenings, and referrals to other health-care providers for further services. Additionally, the clinic provides several other vital services, including distribution of food backpacks from Mississippi Food Network and Junior League of Jackson, a clothes and coat closet, hygiene supplies for children and families in need, information regarding puberty, nutritious snacks for children who missed breakfast, follow-up care and a safe, friendly environment where children can feel safe.

Johnson Elementary School Health Clinic
1339 Oak Park Dr.
Jackson, MS 39213
(601) 713-1642

Nurse practitioners

  • Anne Norwood, PhD, RN, FNP-C - Director of Clinical Services (Brown/Johnson)
  • Molly Moore, DNP, RN, FNP-C

Patient care coordinator

  • Madalyn Martin

Hours of operation

  • 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday

Lanier High Teen Wellness Clinic

The Lanier High Teen Wellness Clinic opened in 2015 and offers primary and preventive care to over 800 students at Lanier High School. The clinic is staffed by a certified nurse midwife, a family nurse practitioner, a social worker, and patient care assistant. The clinic will be adding a Community Health Educator later this year. Services include comprehensive physical/mental health assessments, vision and hearing screenings, sports physicals, treatments for acute and chronic illness, as well as reproductive health assessment/treatment and prenatal care. When an illness or treatment is beyond of the scope of practice for the nurse practitioner, referrals are made to the appropriate health care provider at UMMC.

Lanier High Teen Wellness Clinic
833 West Maple Street
Jackson, MS 39202
(601) 960-4015

Nurse practitioners

  • Kate Fouquier, PhD, RN, CNM, FACNM - Clinic Director
  • Koscher Jackson, MSN, RN, FNP-C
  • John Farr, MSN, RN, PMHNP-BC

Support Team:

  • Jasymin Shepherd, BHA
  • Jitoria "Tori" Jones, MHA
  • Dianne Mounger, BS, LSW

Hours of operation

  • 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday