Merlo Station School-Based Health Center in Beaverton OR

Students at Merlo Station HS students, including CEYP children will find the comprehensive primary care services Neighborhood Health Center provides in all our community health centers in the Portland area. Conducted within the Beaverton School District’s guideline, with support from the Washington County Health Department, the Merlo Station SBHC offers:

  • Diagnosis And Treatment Of Minor And Injuries;
  • Wellness/Health Physical Exams Or Check-Ups;
  • Sports Physicals;
  • Immunizations;
  • Blood Pressure And Vision Screenings;
  • Referrals To Specialty Providers;
  • Mental Health Evaluations, Counseling, And Referrals;
  • Health Counseling On Nutrition, Weight Management, Safety, Wellness, Substance And/Or Drug Dependence, And Health Risk Assessment/Identification/Reduction; And
  • Sexuality Safety And Responsibility, Menstrual Disorders, And Pregnancy Testing..

SBHC staff will obtain consent, either written or verbal, from the parent or legal guardian if a patient is under 15 years of age. A patient of 14 years or older may seek mental health services without legal guardian consent, or may seek family planning and sexually transmitted disease services without at any age. Although walk-in visits are available, all students are encouraged to make an appointment ahead of time.

Neighborhood Health Center’s SBHC is located at Merlo Station High School at 1841 SW Merlo Drive Beaverton, OR 97006. Consult the map below for more information. Students between 12 and 19 years of age may be asked to complete an anonymous survey about their visit. Please go to the SBHC Data Requirements link to see a copy of the survey, or contact the SBHC State Program Office.

Neighborhood Health Center – Merlo Station School-Based Health Center
1841 SW Merlo Drive
Beaverton, OR 97006

Hours of Operation:
Monday thru Friday: 7:00 AM – 3:30 PM
(Closed 12:30 PM to 1:00 PM for lunch)
Saturday and Sunday: Closed


Fax: 503-592-1001


Our Staff

Diane M. Loux, MSN, PNP-C

Diane M. Loux, MSN, PNP-CDiane holds a MSN, FNP from the University of Texas at Austin, a BSN from Western Carolina University, and an RN degree from United Hospital in New York. Diane is fluent in Spanish and has over 15 years of experience providing healthcare services to a diverse patient population, including international healthcare services in Saudi Arabia. Diane has worked with patients both in community and rural health clinics, urgent care, private practice, pediatrics and hospitals. In her personal time Diane enjoys yoga, walking, meditation and travel.