Robert M. Beren Academy

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About

The RMBA clinic is a safe, caring, and warm environment for our students to receive the medical attention they might need. Carrie Wolf, our registered nurse on staff, has a background in school nursing and labor and delivery. Our clinic is equipped to take care of any student with periodic needs as well as students with chronic illnesses. In addition to the daily clinic visits, if a child is feeling ill or is injured, our clinic helps ensure the overall health of our school by running a number of programs. We host a flu shot clinic yearly and invite all parents and students to participate. Mrs. Wolf educates our lower school students about proper hygiene and hand washing. We conduct vision, hearing, acanthosis nigricans, and scoliosis screenings yearly. We are in full compliance with State mandated vaccination requirements. Additionally, we have tri-yearly lice checks to ensure a lice and nit free environment for our students.
 
Please feel free to contact Mrs. Stern (astern@berenacademy.org) with any questions regarding your child's physical well being. You can also find our mandatory Health Assessment and Medication forms below. 
 
Health Assessment Form - Must be completed on behalf of EVERY student
 
Allergy and Anaphylaxis Emergency Care Plan - Must be completed on behalf of any student with an allergy whether life threatening or not
 
Asthma Care Plan - Must be completed on behalf of any student with Asthma
 
Diabetes Care Plan - Must be completed by any students with Diabetes (Type 1 or Type 2)
 
Inhaler or Epi Pen Self Carry Contract - Must be completed by any Middle or Upper School Student who needs to have an Epi Pen or Inhaler with them while on campus
 
Administration of Prescription or Over the Counter Medication on Campus Form - Must be completed on behalf of any student who requires medication during school hours other than Tylenol, Advil, Benadryl or Tums
 
Individualized Healthcare Plan for student with ADD/ADHD - Must be completed on behalf of any student diagnosed with ADD/ADHD