Ranger Clinic at Park High School
Ranger Clinic is a part-time health clinic located within Park High School.
A collaborative effort between Livingston HealthCare and Livingston Public
Schools, the clinic offers pediatric/adolescent services Monday through
Thursday. Current clinic medical provider
Paula Coleman, C-PNP, PC, PMHS and clinic behavioral health provider,
Chris Spromberg, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, are available. 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
Behavioral services provided by Ranger Clinic include:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Crisis Evaluations
- Short-term counseling for anxiety and depression
- Behavioral health evaluations
- Group Therapy
Medical services provided by Ranger Clinic include:
- Chronic disease management
- Return to play (athletics after injury)
- Acute injury evaluation
- Acute illness—walk-ins
- Sports physicals
- Skin conditions/rashes
- Acne management
- Adolescent issues and care
- Reproductive health counseling
- Medication management of behavioral health conditions
- Special-needs adolescent follow-up
- Nutrition counseling
Steps to make use of this service
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 form has been returned.
Ranger Clinic bills private insurance, Medicaid, and Healthy Montana Kids.
No child is denied services due to inability to pay. If you have a family
medical provider, you can still use the Ranger Clinic. You may find it
convenient for your child to get medical care at Ranger Clinic if they
get sick or injured at school.
Your child’s medical information will be treated with strict confidentiality.
If you would like the staff of Ranger Clinic to discuss your child’s
condition with the school, you must complete the authorization part of
the form. Otherwise, it is your responsibility to notify the school of
any medications, allergies, or medical problems that may affect your child
during the school day. By signing the authorization form, you are giving
Ranger Clinic and the school nurse permission to share medical information
regarding your student’s medical condition on an as-needed basis.
Scheduling is done through the Park High school nurse, who can be reached
at 406.222.0448, ext 210—or by calling Livingston HealthCare at