(On the campus of Sissonville High School)
6100 Sissonville Drive
Hours: Mon-Tue-Thur-Fri: 7:15am - 3:00pm
Monday and Fridays: 7:15am - 3:00pm
Tuesdays and Thursday: 7:15am – 12:00pm
(Although appointments are preferred, students may be seen on a walk-in basis, depending on the problem and availability of the staff. If necessary, appointments are available before or after school. As a service for our patients we offer after hour phone access to an on-call provider on evenings, weekends, and vacations. You can reach the after hours services by dialing 1-800-798-0280.)
To email the Indian Health Center, click here.
Forms to download:
CHIP APPLICATION; INDIAN SBHC FACT SHEET; CONSENT FORM; TD OR TDAP VACCINE; SENIOR IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENT; SENIOR VACCINE CONSENT; MENINGOCCAL VACCINES
Who We Are
Indian Health Center is a School Based Health Center conveniently located within Sissonville High School. We provide healthcare to students and school staff. We are here to provide care to students of busy working families, students without transportation and students with or without insurance. We provide care to students efficiently so they miss very little classroom time and parents can have peace of mind knowing that we will be here to provide primary care when they need us. We are part of the Cabin Creek Health Systems, your community owned non-profit health center. Click on links to download our FACT SHEET and CONSENT FORM.
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Indian Health Center Providers
Jill Fields, PA-c
Jill Fields is a nationally certified Physician Assistant who has been taking care of patients in Sissonville since 1994. She graduated summa cum laude from Alderson Broaddus College in 1992 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Medical Science. As a PA, she works in both community health and school-based health settings and has a special interest in women’s health.
Jill resides in Poca with her husband of 20 years, her twin daughters and a son. Outside of work, Jill enjoys supporting her children in their sports activities, reading, soccer, football, and watching NCIS.
Sam Farley, MSW
Sam Farley is a behavioral health consultant providing care at the Indian Health Center. Sam received his Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences from Antioch University in 1978 and his Master’s of Social Work from West Virginia University in 1989. Sam spent the last seventeen years working at various community health agencies as a team leader for children’s health services.
Sam lives in St Albans with his wife 30 years; he has one son. In his spare time Sam enjoys listening to Jazz and Blues music.