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School Health Program Services

School Health Services Through Southwest General

Our commitment to community health begins in the school

Recognizing the importance of healthy children, Southwest General's School Health Program is designed to help local school districts provide improved health care for students.  

Program Scope

The School Health Program provides services to the Berea City School District, which is comprised of the following taxing district communities: 

  • Berea
  • Brook Park
  • Middleburg Heights

Professional Nursing Staff

Fully licensed nurses are on hand at each school facility for six hours of every school day.  They are experienced professionals, fully committed to providing care with compassion to the children requiring their services. 

Helping Students with Variety of Healthcare Needs

The services provided to the students range from treating minor health care needs to marshalling resources to make sure more serious conditions are treated quickly. 

Services include:

  • First Aid
  • Assistance with medications
  • Control of communicable diseases
  • Conducting state-mandated health screenings
  • 24/7 nursing for 6th graders attending at Camp Camp-Mi-Bro-Be, which runs five consecutive days over five weeks, for all sixth graders in the district. 

Care for Children with Special Needs

Together with routine medical needs, our nurses provide individualized care for students with special needs.  This care includes accompanying them on their daily school bus rides to and from school. 

We Look Forward to Helping You

For more information on Southwest General’s School Health Program, call our Health Connection at 440-816-5050.

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