University of Kansas Health System - Campus Care Clinic at Topeka High School

We are providing safe, convenient, high-quality care via telehealth and in-person. A telehealth visit will allow you to have meaningful interaction with a care provider from the comfort of your home. Staff will also be available at the clinic on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Telehealth appointments are available Mon - Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m, or at other times by appointment. The clinic is also providing COVID-19 testing to symptomatic patients and flu vaccinations. Click here for a complete list of services the clinic provides. Please call 785-295-3256 to make an appointment for any of our services.


See the links below for additional COVID-19 Resources:

CDC How To Protect Yourself

Cold vs. Flu vs. Allergies vs. Coronavirus

Our Goal

The goal of the Campus Care at Topeka High School is to address the health needs of Topeka High students by providing healthcare to students on our school campus. Campus Care aims to improve the health and overall well-being of students, as well as increase the academic success of Shawnee County adolescents.

What is Campus Care?
Campus Care will be run by The University of Kansas Health System as well as Shawnee County community volunteers. The purpose of this center is to deliver high quality and convenient healthcare to students at Topeka High School.

How do I register my Topeka High Student?
Please fill out the attached forms and return them to the Campus Care Clinic or the school office at Topeka High School:

  • Consent for medical treatment, HIPPA - notice of privacy, financial Policy. Download forms by clicking here.

Also, please include a copy of your student's health insurance card if applicable.

Financial Assistance Available
To qualify for a discount, you must complete an application and attach proof of income. You can download the financial assistance application by clicking here. If you have no income, a letter verifying this status is required. You must return the application to The University of Kansas Health System Campus Care at Topeka High School for review by a staff member who will determine if you are eligible for a discount.

Once enrolled, your Topeka High student can be seen at any time during their years attending Topeka High School.

What happens after I register?
By completing the forms, your student may be seen at Campus Care during the open hours (Mon, Wed, Fri) from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.  for any health concerns.

Dr. Ashley DinkelDr. Ashley Dinkel     DNP, APRN, FNP-BC

Family Nurse Practitioner
Campus Care Clinic
at Topeka High School

Jamie Glaser

Registered Medical Assistant
Campus Care Clinic
Topeka High School
Room 101

Ms. Glaser's clinic hours:
(7:30 am–3:00 pm)

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