The Elliot Menkowitz, M.D.  Wellness Center

The Wellness Center is a 12-bed facility that includes a treatment room and three exam rooms. Our health care team consists of a school physician, two nurse practitioners, registered nurses, medical assistant, school counselors and medical secretaries. Students are not permitted to visit the Wellness Center for non-emergency purposes during an academic class or obligation. A registered nurse is available on-call to address students’ health needs when the office is closed. Additionally, our medical providers are available to the Wellness Center nurses and students 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We have access to an extensive larger medical community with all medical specialties represented, as well as the use of the nearby Pottstown Memorial Medical Center (PMMC), should the need arise. A comprehensive description of our health policies, procedures and medical services is found in the Student Handbook.

Wellness Center Information for Students and Parents:

Joanie Frederick, RN; Kristen Spencer, M.D.; Kathy Van Buren, DNP, CPNP-PC; Kelli Schoenly

Wellness Center Staff:

Medical Director: Kristin Spencer, M.D. P'13 '14 '18 '23

Director of Wellness: Kathleen Van Buren, DNP, CPNP-PC

Nurses: Jillian Citrino, RN; Joanie Frederick, RN; Mary Beth Gleason, RN; Lynn Himes, RN; Regan Jones, RN; Shawnee Kane, RN; Julian Newton, RN; Kelsey Stenger, RN; and Kelly High, LPN

Administrative Assistants: Kelli Schoenly 

Wellness Center Contact Information:

Phone: 610-705-1111
 
Fax: 610-705-1765
 

The Wellness Center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week while school is in session.  A nurse is on duty at all times.

Students must call security for escort to the Wellness Center between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m.

Student Health 101

The Wellness Center has partnered with Student Health 101 to offer our community a monthly online wellness magazine exclusively for Hill School students. Each month, students will receive a brief email with information to help them succeed and a link to the monthly web-based publication on all things health and wellness.
 
A version of Student Health 101 - Student Advocate - is available for parents.