Deborah Barber R.N.
Welcome to the Colleyville Heritage High School Clinic Web Page.
Our clinic is run by Deborah Barber R.N. and Michelle Post Health Aide. Michelle is shared with Grapevine High School and she is here every other week.
Criteria for students to be sent home are Temperature of 100 degrees Farenheit or greater, vomiting that is determined to be infectious or recurrent in nature, diarrhea that may be infectious or recurrent in nature, injury that needs immediate medical attention, rashes of unknown origin and impairment that is limiting a students ability to function in class.
Please discourage your child from contacting you to go home without going through the nurse. We do allow students to use the phone from the clinic after an evaluation. We do not require that the student be sick enough to go home to make a call, but we will want to speak DIRECTLY with a parent or guardian to allow a student to leave. I will only use emergency contacts in the event a student MUST go home.
We only dispense medications that a student has provided from the clinic. The forms for keeping medications at school are on this website. All prescription medications must be kept in the clinic (inhalers and EpiPens are the only exceptions and require a special Dr. signed permission slip). Prescription medications require the Medication Administration med sheet. If prescriptions are of a controlled substance, a doctors signature is required. All others are accepted with a parent signature. All prescription meds must have the pharmacy label attached and show correct dosage. Sample medications must have an original prescription from the doctor attached.
The Non prescription medication Permission sheet is for those who want to allow their child to carry over the counter meds with them to school. This is a parent driven decision that is only allowed at the High School level. This form requires a parent signature, student signature and designation of what medications the parent is comfortable with the child carrying at school. The student is responsible for carrying the medications in the original container, taking only as directed and not sharing the medication with other students.
We do have some significant health issues on our campus. Please notify the nurse immediately if your child has been diagnosed with Chicken Pox or Shingles so that I may notify parents of some of our more immunosuppressed children immediately.
Our campus is also a Latex Free Campus. Please do not send latex balloons. Mylar balloons may be brought to campus.
Feel free to call the clinic for any questions you have about your students medical needs.
Immunization records can be accessed through the clinic or they are available to you through Skyward under Health then Vaccinations. Please allow at least 24 hours for processing of records.
Direct clinic phone number is (817) 305-4722.
FAX (817) 305-4727