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Ranger Clinic

Ranger Clinic is a part-time health clinic located within Park High School that is a collaborative effort between Livingston Health Care and Livingston Public Schools. Pediatric/adolescent services will be available Tuesdays and Thursdays.  The clinic medical providers will be Paula Coleman, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and Dr. Christopher Spromberg, Clinical Psychologist. The purpose of a school-based health center is to improve the health of students, optimize student time in school, increase adolescent access to health care and decrease adolescent risk behavior.  Medical services that will be provided by the Ranger Clinic are as follows:
  • Chronic disease management
  • Return to play (athletics after injury)
  • Acute injury evaluation
  • Acute Illness-walk-ins
  • Sports physicals
  • Skin conditions/rashes
  • Chronic disease management
  • Acne management
  • ADHD follow-up
  • Adolescent issues and care
  • Reproductive health counseling
  • Mental health issues-initial evaluation and management
  • Special needs adolescent follow-up
  • Nutrition counseling
If you would like your child to receive medical services at Ranger Clinic, please complete and sign the consent form, and return to the main office at Park High School. Students cannot be seen in the health clinic until a signed consent and health history form has been returned.  Ranger Clinic will bill private insurance, Medicaid, and Health Montana Kids. No child will be denied services due to inability to pay. Scheduling will be done through the Park High School Nurse, who can be reached at 222-0448, ext. 210 or through 222-3521 (LHC).
Note: Download this form to access it as a fillable document.
Please either return this form to your student's school or email to the school nurse.

Contact Us

For more information, or if you have any questions, please call 222-3541.