AMCHC is excited to partner with AHS to bring quality healthcare services to the students. AMCHC@AHS is a fully functioning health center that will provide primary care, mental health services, and dental services. We will provide these services to the students effective August 29, 2022.Services:Sick visits (cold, flu, possible COVID symptoms, pain, stomach upset, etc.)Physical examsSports PhysicalsVaccines (including COVID vaccines)Dental examsTherapy (with a licensed therapist)Mental health medication (with a mental health provider)The AMCHC school-based health center also known as the "Campus Clinic" at Asheville High School is staffed by Anjuli Munjal, a certified Family Nurse Practitioner. Anjuli earned a Masters in Nursing from Vanderbilt University School of Nursing in Nashville, TN. Prior to AHS, she provided care to WNC residents across the lifespan, including working closely with local boarding schools. At AHS, she works with both students and staff to address both acute, chronic and preventative care goals. The center is also staffed by Abby Teed who is a mental health therapist (Licensed Clinical Social Worker). Ms. Abby earned her Master's in Social Work from the University of Oklahoma. The goal of her work with AHS/SILSA is to care for students who want to learn more about their emotions, heal from hard experiences and become more self-confident.Students are able to schedule an appointment by talking with our support staff in the health counseling centers. Parents, be sure to fill out your Consent To Treat paperwork should you want your child to enroll in the services that Anjuli or Ms. Abby provides.
Clinic Phone Number: 828-676-3593
For your student to receive services, please click on the AMCHC link below. This will take you to the FAQ's and forms page where you can download the "permission to treat form".