Nurse Virginia Fulton, RN
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 10:00 - 2:00, Room 113
Office Phone: (423) 439-8674
Dear Parents, Guardians, Faculty and staff,
Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Virginia Fulton, RN and I am serving as the interim school nurse for University School. I will be working with the children at University School Monday through Friday from 10 am until 2 pm starting March 31, 2014.
I am a fulltime employee of ETSU Student University Health Services. I earned my Bachelors of Nursing from ETSU. I have practiced as a Labor and Delivery nurse for 9.5 years. Additionally, I have experience on Pediatrics and Neonatal Intensive Care Units. I have of a 10 year old daughter that attends school in Carter County.
I am very excited to have this opportunity to care for the children at University School. I am open and interested in speaking or meeting with each parent and/or guardian that has any information or questions. Please feel free to email me at email@example.com .
Virginia Fulton, RN
Child Health Week, October 6th-10th. "A Healthy Tennessee Begins with a Healthy Me!" The health and well-being of our children is fundamental to the future progress of our state. As Child Health Day, a national event first proclaimed by President Calvin Coolidge in 1928, celebrates its 87th observance this year, the State of Tennessee has set apart a special week to focus on the health and well-being of its children. See State Website for more information
Kindergarten & 7th Grade immunization requirements: Parents please note that University School must have a Certificate of Immunization completed and returned before October 2nd. The following information details what is required:
Printable Parent Information Letter
Printable Student Consent Form
Printable Adult Consent Form
Printable Information - Influenza Vaccine, What You Need to Know
Printable Health History Form
Notes from Nurse Fulton!
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