• Clinic

    Nurse Regina Edwards


  • Important Immunization Guidelines for Parents and Guardians

    Schedule An Appointment Now and Be Ready For The New School Year!

    As parents, we know that you are constantly concerned about keeping your child safe and healthy.  One of the most important ways we can protect our children is to follow the immunization schedule and get them vaccinated against serious preventable diseases.

    If you are not sure of your child's immunization status, please contact your child's school nurse.

    Related Links:

    Surry Health Department
    Virginia Department of Health

  • Too Sick For School?  

    It's often hard for parents to decide if their child is too sick to go to school.  However, the following considerations for keeping your child at home may be helpful.Thermometer

    Keep your child at home if he/she has:

    • A temperature of 100 degrees or more in the past 4-hours.
    • Persistant nasal discharge.
    • A persistant heavy cough.
    • Any redness of the eyelid linings or irritations of the eyes followed by swelling or discharge.
    • Skin eruptions or undiagnozed rash.
    • Vomiting
    • Difficult or rapid breathing.
    • Diarrhea (more than one abnormally loose stool in a 24-hour period).
    • A communicable conditions such as chicken pox, conjunctivitis, measles, mumps, strep throat, etc.

    Consider allowing your child to return to school:

    • If your child has been without a fever for 24 hours.
    • If your child has a doctor's note saying he/she is not contagious and is fever-free.
    • If your child is safely past the incubation period of a communicable illness to which he/she has been exposed. 


  • MRSA Prevention in Athletic Settings

    "Handwashing is the single most important means of preventing the spread of infection."

    Click the link below for more information:
    MRSA Prevention in Athletic Settings