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Student Health Center

UCC Student Health Center

The United Community Center schools are proud to offer a Student Health Center which serves two purposes: to provide a healthy and safe learning environment in our schools and help to maximize each childs' potential for growth and knowledge. We aim to return healthy students back into class for optimal learning opportunities and success.

Currently we have TWO partners to help offer these services to families.  Carroll University School of Nursing and 16th Street Community Health Center both help to provide services to our families. Please see the details below for each partner. 

United Community Center- health care services

Student Health Center-
Nurses from Carroll University

16th Street Community Health Center


School based health care. Focus on student’s health needs to maximize daily participation within school. Nurses work closely with students/families and staff at the schools. Ability to refer school students to 16th if more medical assistance is needed or if additional services are required. 

Advanced Medical and Primary Care services provided by Nurse Practitioners at school as a convenience for families. Health check- ups, sport physicals, lab tests, vaccinations, Illness evaluation, and prescriptions.


Parental consent with yearly registration for school.  Communication between RN and classroom teacher for students only. Family involvement is sought for students' needs.

Referred by health center nurse or medical appointment. Will provide services for students and UCC staff. Medical paperwork and consents required by the parent.


Free with school enrollment

Insurance or sliding fee scale


School days 8-3pm @ schools

School days 7:30-3:30 @ school. Other hours available at any 16th Street Milwaukee locations.

Contact info:



Downloadable Health Forms and Resources for Students and Families

Important Links for Students and Families

2023-2024 Medication Authorization Form (English & Spanish)
UCC Fever Policy
Illness Reminders

Important Immunization Forms & Information for Students and Families
2023-2024 Student Immunization Record Form in English
2023-2024 Student Immunization Record Form in Spanish

2023-2024 Student Immunization Requirements (English & Spanish)

Mission Statement

 The mission of the student health center is to provide school based health services through treatment, wellness education and preventative services in an applied learning environment.

About our Student Health Center

(Pictured below: Sonia Pacheco, RN and Pam Ziolkowski, BSN, RN)

The Health Center grew out of the need for school health services at Bruce-Guadalupe Community School (BGCS) in 1994 and is currently located in the lower level of UCC across the hallway from the fitness center. We are a safe and caring resource for students at Bruce Guadalupe Community School and UCC Acosta Middle School. At the Student Health Center, we assist with students' physical, mental and emotional health as well as medical needs that may arise throughout the school day. The staff includes a health room assistant and Carroll University registered nurses and occasionally, Carroll University nursing students, who will welcome our students. We work together as a team to provide quality care, promote health and control diseases. We help bridge the gap between student's health needs/ concerns and education. There is no direct cost to students/ families who use the Student Health Center.

TheUnited Community Center Schools are proud to offer a Student Health Center serves two purposes: to provide a healthy and safe learning environment in our schools and help to maximize each childs' potential for growth and knowledge. We aim to return healthy students back into class for optimal learning opportunities and success.

About Our School Nurses

The School Nurses are licensed, registered nurse sponsored by Carroll University. Having nurses on-site benefits our schools in the following ways:

  • Improved attendance through health promotion, disease prevention, and disease management.
  • Healthier students are ready to learn and display increased academic performance.
  • Increased school accountability regarding compliance of state and federal laws, adequate nursing ratios, staff education of policy and procedures, mental health concerns and emergency preparedness.
  • Allows teaching staff to focus on their students and the classroom

Student Health Center
1028 South 9th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53204
Phone: 414-649-2825
Fax: 414-389-5118 - Confidential fax
Email Us: Send an Inquiry
Hours of Operation: School days 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Attendance Line: (414) 389-4757 
Please leave a message with child's name, grade, teacher and detailed explanation of illness. Thank you!

Thank you to the Catholic Community Foundation for its support of this program.

Learn More about the Associate Degree in Nursing program at the Walter Sava Center at United Community Center HERE!


SMART SMILES at the United Community Center Student Health Center

Who We Are:

We are part of a school based oral health program, better known as Smart Smiles, which is part of Ascension, Columbia St. Mary's. We have been providing services to students at UCC since 2009.

What we do:

At no cost to you, we provide dental screening, cleaning, sealants (if necessary), fluoride treatment and oral hygiene instructions.

Where we are Located:

We are conveniently located  in the Student Health Center at Bruce Guadalupe Community School

Meet your Dental Team!

Anna Schlehlein, Registered Dental Hygienist
Teresa Franco, Dental Assistant

What Your Child will Receive:

A letter stating what was done for your child, and concerns or problems found. They will also receive a bag with a toothbrush and toothpaste!

How do I sign up?

Every student receives a health packet with our dental consents attached. Fill out completely, and return to the Health Center, school office, or your child's teacher. You can also download a copy HERE.

What if My Child Needs to See a Dentist?

Call our dental clinic, Seton Dental Clinic at (414) 383-3220 and let them know your child was seen by us and needs to schedule an appointment. This is at NO cost to you.

Parents will also be messaged by me via Class Dojo regarding any URGENT matters so they can be taken care of as soon as possible.

We are so excited to see your kids!!! Thank you for sharing them with us!

Please do not hesitate to call us with any questions or concerns at (414) 384-2379

Keep Smiling,

Anna and Teresa