Summer 2017 School Based Health Center Services

We are pleased to announce that due to funding provided by the Winter Park Health Foundation the School-Based Health Center located at Winter Park High School will be open for two weeks in July to provide nurse practitioner services.

The dates of service are July 17-20 and July 24-27 from 8:30am-2:30pm. Services are available by appointment only.

Since the health center is normally closed over summer, this is a great opportunity to get your student’s school entry or sports physical examination BEFORE the start of school. You are encouraged to call on Thursday July 13 to schedule an appointment. We will have someone available from 8:30-2:30 on site to schedule appointments for the following two weeks.

Services Include:
• Physical Examinations for school entry, sports participation, Special
Olympics, daycare, camp and college
• Evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of sick children including the writing of
prescriptions when indicated
• Transfer of up to date shot records to the required Florida form
• Referrals to community partners
• Health education and screenings
We do not provide:
Laboratory studies, xray, immunizations, birth control and ADHD prescriptions.

Click here for the SBHC Summer Services flyer in English.
Click here for the SBHC Summer Services flyer in Spanish.

School Based Health Centers

About the SBHCs

Recognizing unmet health care needs often get in the way of learning, leaders from the Winter Park Health Foundation (WPHF), Glenridge Middle School, Winter Park High School and Orange County Public Schools (OCPS) have established the School-Based Health Centers at Glenridge Middle School and Winter Park High School.   (Click here for information on the Cheney Wellness Cottage, developed in cooperation with WPHF and OCPS)

The School-Based Health Centers offer a variety of services to take care of students’ physical health needs.

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner services are available through the financial support of WPHF and in partnership with Healthcare Providers of Florida. The locations for the School-Based Health Centers are provided by Glenridge Middle School and Winter Park High School.

Services are available to those students within the Winter Park Consortium of schools whose families don’t have adequate health care coverage or access to a health care provider for their children.  The Consortium includes Winter Park High School and its elementary and middle feeder schools.

The many medical services provided FREE of charge by the Nurse Practitioners at the two centers include sports and school physicals, as well as diagnosis and treatment of illnesses.

Visits are by appointment only.

Consent form

For a copy of the Consent for School-Based HealthCare Services Form, click English or Español

Glenridge Middle

2900 Upper Park Road, Orlando, FL 32814
407-623-1415, ext. 5072245

Hours: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m, Monday through Friday

Map of Glenridge Middle School


MichelleMichelle Cash, ARNP

Michelle Cash is from Mobile, AL. She moved to Panama City, FL during her high school years. Michelle is a Gator.  She attended the University of Florida, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 1991 and a Master of Science in Nursing in 1996.  Her 19+ years of experience as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner began at Arnold Palmer Hospital, working in the Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Clinic. She then worked in school health as a nurse practitioner for 9 years from 2001-2010.  She was one of the Nurse Practitioners at Glenridge Middle School for 7 years beginning in 2003.  In recent years she has worked as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner at Middleton Pediatrics, Grace Medical Home and in the Pediatric Emergency Department at Arnold Palmer Hospital.  Michelle re-joined Healthcare Providers of Florida and the SNI team in August of 2015. Michelle is a Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, and a member of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners.  She loves working with children and loves her Winter Park community.  She feels honored to be back working at Glenridge and hopes to honor the memory of Tori Sheahan (her friend and colleague) in all that she does as a nurse practitioner in the community.  Michelle is married to Sid Cash, Jr., an Orlando native. They currently live in Winter Park with their 4 children.  All of her children attend Winter Park public schools.  In her free time she loves to be with her family, read, run and go to the beach.

Winter Park High

2100 Summerfield Road, Winter Park, FL 32792
407-622-3200, ext. 6182437

Hours: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday

Map of Winter Park High School

Pam Flaherty, MN, ARNP, CPNP

A nationally-certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner since 1996. A pediatric nurse since 1978. Master of Nursing degree from the University of Florida.

Pam graduated from the University of Florida with a master’s of science degree in nursing and has been working in school based health care as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and community partner since 1996.  She has provided nurse practitioner services to students at all levels, elementary, middle and high school.  She joined the team at Winter Park High school in 2011.  Pam provides oversight of the nurse practitioners employed by Healthcare Providers of Florida and the CHILL counselors employed by Healthcare Providers & Associates.  She thrives on connecting families to services and making a difference in the lives of children and youth.  Pam enjoys college sports, cycling, and traveling.

KristyKristy Kurz, ARNP

A nationally-certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner since 2006.  A pediatric nurse since 2001.  Masters of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Central Florida.

Kristy graduated from the University of Central Florida with a masters of science in nursing degree and has worked in the pediatric emergency department and newborn nursery at Arnold Palmer Hospital.  Kristy has also worked as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with Central Florida Family Health Center.  She has provided nurse practitioner services to school based clinics since 2006 in elementary, middle, and high school students.  She has two small children and enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and all outdoor activities.

Her passion is providing healthcare to children and families in need and making a difference in children’s lives.