Health Office

Welcome to the WMC Health Office!


Susan Moor, R.N.
[email protected]
Cheryl  Wilson,R.N.
[email protected]

908 879 5212 x3490/3495
Fax: 908-879-5460

Sports Physicals

 

The school doctor will be here every other Wednesday during the school day  for sports physicals. You can sign up to see the school doctor Here. Please remember to complete all necessary paperwork and registration before arriving to your appointment time. You must also complete the COVID Sports Form


Sports Paperwork

Required in order to be cleared to participate:
1. Physical completed by your doctor on the state-mandated forms.
     Please make sure all forms are filled out completely, they are signed by the doctor and have the doctor's stamp. 
2. ImPact test completed  for all 9th and 11th graders. 
3.  All athletes need to be registered on the R School Registration Site
4. If your child has asthma, allergies, or diabetes a health plan will need to be submitted. All forms are listed below:
                                                               

Sincerely,

Susan Moor, RN - [email protected]g            

Cheryl Wilson, RN- CWilson@wmrhsd.org



Over-the -Counter Medication Administration

 

The school nurse, according to the West Morris Regional High School District standing orders, may administer designated during school hours. Over the Counter Medication Consent Form For the students' convenience, we stock  Tylenol (Acetaminophen), Advil (Ibuprofen), Benadryl (Diphenhydramine) and Tums (Calcium Carbonate).

INCOMING FRESHMEN:
Need to submit the most recent immunization record from their doctor.
Students playing a sport will need a sports physical if not playing a sport will need a physical submitted by October 1. 
 
 
NJ Parent Link

NJ Parent Link is the State of New Jersey's web-based Early Childhood, Parenting, and Professional Resource Center and is a recognized best practice model for innovative IT/digital communication between government and citizens (National Association of State Chief Information Officers, 2011).

 

The http://www.nj.gov/njparentlink/ focus is to highlight NJ services and resources. Federal, county, and community resources are included. The website content includes early childhood health and development, school readiness, parenting & family support services. Resources for families with older children (school-aged to young adult) are also available.

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