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September 23rd, 2019

Helping Children Reach Their Full Potential

One quarter of public schools in the United States do not have access to a school nurse, and fewer then half of public schools have a full-time school nurse. The Rales Center for the Integration of Health and Education is fundamentally redesigning school-based health programs to improve health and lifelong prospects for youth in low-income communities. We need philanthropic partners to continue this great work.

Watch the new Rales Center video here.

 

 

August 15th, 2019

We’ve moved!

KIPP Baltimore relocated to a new school building and the Rales Health Center has moved along with them.  KIPP Baltimore’s new home is in the former Walbrook High School Building at 2000 Edgewood Street Baltimore, MD 21216.  This facility is a vast improvement over our former facility. The building has an interior courtyard, allowing for classrooms to have a window and receive natural light. It also has high-quality sporting facilities, including a full track, football and baseball fields, and tennis courts. The building’s heating and cooling system is well-maintained and in good condition.  Walbrook can house both KIPP Baltimore schools and is only three miles from the former location.  The Rales Health Center is located in a new, beautifully renovated space just across from the main office.  We are grateful to our partners at KIPP Baltimore for their ongoing support and partnership and look forward to a wonderful year in our new location!

December 26th, 2018

2018 Innovations in Clinical Care Award

The Rales Health Center team is the 2018 recipient of the Innovations in Clinical Care Award at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. The award recognizes the Rales Health Center innovations in clinical care and consistent dedication to providing excellent patient care.

“The Rales Health Center, at two public charter schools in Baltimore City, brings Johns Hopkins’ care into the community, weaving a multidisciplinary team of health professionals and wellness experts into the school. The team provides comprehensive nursing and pediatric care; screens all 1,500 students for vision, asthma risk and fitness level; and is involved in health education, including training in mindfulness-based stress reduction and school climate initiatives” -The  Office of Johns Hopkins Physicians

Watch Dr. Katherine Connor explain what this award means to the Rales Health Center team HERE.

Clinical Care award

NP Tresa Schumann, CMA Teresa Bailey and Nurse Katherine Bissett receiving the award.