School Health Services Department Overview

  • Mission Statement

    The School Health Services Program supports and enhances educational success by improving and protecting the health status of students through prevention, maintenance and education.

    Did You Know?

    • Each Clinic cares for 25-100 students per day with illnesses, chronic health conditions and injuries.
    • Each day 25-40 students receive medications at each school clinic.
    • During the 2016-2017 school year, the School Nurses:
      • Cared for 183,330 students
      • Assisted 42,918 students with medications
      • Performed 43,986 special procedures (such as blood sugar checks, respiratory treatments, catheterizations, tube feedings, etc.).
    • Fayette County has 25 school clinics

School Health Services Nurses

  • 30 School Nurses

    1 Full-time Coordinator

    1 part-time Special Education Nurse

    16 full-time and 8 part-time Registered Nurses

    4 full-time and 1 part-time Licensed Practical Nurses

School Health Services Clinics

  • 25 Schools with Clinics

    14 Elementary

    5 Middle Schools

    5 High Schools

    1 Non-Traditional (Alternative, Mainstay Academy, Open Campus)

Contact Information

  • Debbie King, RN, BSN


    770.460.3990 x. 182