Frequently Asked Questions

School Based Health Clinic FAQ’s


Students in Rayville, Start, Delhi, Mangham, and Holly Ridge schools are able to obtain medical care during school hours. Parents will have the opportunity to give permission for their child(ren) to be seen at the School Based Health Clinic in case of illness or injury.

The clinics will be staffed with a Certified Nurse Practitioner (4 days a week) and a Registered Nurse (every day) under the supervision of a Family Practice Physician. This service is not to take the place of your regular family physician. Whenever needed, the students can be given prescriptions for medicine or immunizations. This service allows children to have their medical needs met while it allows parents to remain at work. It will also prevent parents from making trips to the emergency room after hours with non-emergency situations.


Often students can obtain medical attention and return to school without missing the rest of their classes. Students learn better when they stay in school! They stay in school when they are healthy! We strive to keep kids healthy and in school!


Any student from the Rayville, Start, Holly Ridge, and Delhi area who has prior parental permission may be seen at the School Based Health Clinics. These students can be from families with insurance and without.


The Rayville School Based Health Clinic will be located behind the gym of Rayville High School campus, near the softball field.

The Delhi School Based Clinic is located on the Delhi Elementary School Campus.

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