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    The Lummi Nation School employs 2 full time nurses that, along with the school, will begin servicing Lummi Youth Academy, Teen Parent Child and Development Center, and Early Learning Center this 2017-2018 school year.  Our nurses are available in the school Monday through Friday 8am to 4pm

    School nurses are specialized professionals who provide knowledgeable insight into acute and chronic health conditions, and normal growth and development. Nurses can support your student by:

        - Implementing Individual Health Plans, supervising medications, planning for students with life threatening health conditions and developing classroom accommodation plans

        - Acting as a liaison between families, students, school personnel and the medical community

        - Monitors communicable diseases, oversees immunization compliance, and provides state mandated screenings.

        If your student has any health concerns, please  contact your 
        School Nurse


    In our continuing commitment to the health of our students the Lummi Nation School is partnering with the Lummi Tribal Health Clinic to start the first School Based Health Clinic in Whatcom County.  Led by Dr. Dakotah Lane, MD, we will begin basic services in the fall of the 2017- 2018 school year.  

    Services that will be offered:

    - Immunizations
    - Reproductive Health
    - Sports Physicals
    - Lab Tests
    - Medication Management
    - Preventative Education
    - Treatment of Common Health Problems
    - Emergency Medical Management While on School Site

    Registration forms are available on the web, at the school, by mail or email.  Please contact the school nurse if you need forms sent to you.

    Appointments will be available once weekly in the mornings with availability expanding during the school year.  To schedule an appointment please contact the school nurse via email or phone (360-758-4369).