Students with Severe Allergies (life threatening/anaphylaxis):
Families of students with severe allergic reactions that may require the use of emergency epinephrine (EpiPen, Auvi-Q), MUST provide ECMCS with the appropriate device along with a completed Medication Order.
Students with Asthma or a respiratory condition (rescue inhaler):
Families of students who may need a rescue inhaler MUST provide one to ECMCS along with a completed Medication Order. Students age 11 and younger MUST provide a spacer device. Older students are allowed to bring in spacers, if preferred.
Students with medications scheduled to be given during school hours (8:30am - 2:30pm):
All medication MUST be dropped off by a parent/guardian. The responsible adult will provide the completed Medication Order, perform a pill count (as appropriate) and record receipt of medication by staff. Specific Medication Orders are needed for Diastat and Insulin.
We are able to accept medication when accompanied by a completed Medication Order AND delivered by a parent/guardian. Please DO NOT send in medication with your student.
Healthcare providers may fax medication orders to 843-216-8880, ATTN: Clinic.
Please email Nurse Christy Thompson, RN (email@example.com) to schedule a drop-off meeting between 8:05a and 2:30p