Who We Are
School-based health centers are clinics inside schools that provide easy access to affordable health care for students.
Loyola’s School-Based Health Center (SBHC) at Proviso East High School has been serving Proviso East students for 14 years. The health center is supported by federal and state grants and gifts from private foundations. Proviso East High School partners with us to provide space for the clinic, which is located on the first floor in Room 86B.
Loyola faculty, staff, and health care students provide health care and health education tailored to the needs of adolescents. The SBHC is fully accredited by the Illinois Department of Public Health and meets all standards for quality in primary care and behavioral health.
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To schedule an appointment, call (708) 449-9522 or come to Room 86B at Proviso East High School.
Health Center Staff
Primary Health Care
Dr. Robert Miller, MD
Dr. Miller’s interest is in adolescent health and especially keeping young people who participate in sports and physical activities in optimum health.
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Whitney Henderson, RN, FNP-BC
Clinical Manager and Family Nurse Practitioner
Ms. Henderson's interests include health promotion, disease prevention, and women’s health.
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Ann Andreoni, DNP, PNP-BC
Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
Dr. Andreoni is the Community Health Outreach Nurse for the elementary schools in District 89, providing consultation and health education.
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Diana Hackbarth, RN, PhD, FAAN
Dr. Hackbarth is a Professor at Loyola University Chicago School of Nursing and advocates for health promotion.
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Behavioral Health Care
Adriane Van Zwoll, LCSW
Clinical Social Worker
Ms. Van Zwoll has extensive experience working with adolescents in various settings, is a Certified Trauma Specialist and has a Clinical Practice Certificate in working with LGBTQ Youth.
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Ann Terrell, LCSW
Clinical Social Worker
Ms. Terrell provides outreach in behavioral health for District 89 students and well as PEHS students. Ms. Terrell is a certified rape victim advocate and worked in child welfare within Cook County prior to coming to the SBHC.
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Dr. Katherine Johnson, MD
Dr. Johnson works 8 hours a month at the school-based health center seeing students who are in need of a psychiatric evaluation.
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Joanne Kouba, PhD, RD, LDN
Dr. Kouba works with individuals in the health center, in group settings and in classroom sessions.
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Kelly Sierra, RD, LDN
Ms. Sierra provides individual nutrition counseling and group education to students.
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