Five school-based medical clinic buildings on Los Angeles Unified School District campuses.  Invited architectural competition for design-built delivery.

The Los Angeles Unified School District is providing health services on high school campuses in an effort to reduce the number of patients in hospital emergency rooms. These School Based Health Centers provide medical, dental, and mental health services. The new facilities cater to students as well as to the public, and the program requires to separate the user groups at all times due to privacy and safety concerns.

Five new health clinics on five high school campuses: Mendez High School and Manual Arts High School in LAUSD's Central District, and Fremont Senior High School, Drew Middle School, and YES Academy in South Los Angeles.

Design lead: Steffen A. Leisner, AIA for JCJ Architecture, Inc.