In 2015, One Community Health was honored to open its first School-Based Health Center. Located within Hood River Valley High School, this center was in direct response to community need and the key partners who contributed to make it possible.

The Hood River Valley High School Health Center is backed by a “small but mighty” team that includes (pictured here, left to right): Maja Addington, behavioral health consultant; Judy Villalobos, MSW; Lynne Frost, SBHC administrator and medical Director; Flor Meza, team assistant; and Melody Farrell, certified medical assistant. In addition, One Community Health welcomed Kristen Nicolescu, PA-C, to our School-Based Health Center. Kristen has her medical training from both Oregon State University and Northeastern University in Boston. She has a passion for women’s health and reproductive medicine, adolescent medicine, urgent care and migrant health. Outside of work, she enjoys mountain biking, running and backpacking, skiing, gardening, and any fun she can have with her dog outside. You can learn more about Kristen and all One Community Health providers here.


Learn more about the School-based health center here.