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Nursing Services

School Nursing Services

Program Description

The ESC of Medina County provides registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and health aides to participating districts for their health care needs. Certified staff members work collaboratively with students, parents, teachers, and other school/community professionals to remove health barriers to learning. The nursing staff members promote optimal health and wellness of the school population while working to maintain all state immunization, vision, and hearing requirements.

Administration

Ferrell, Barbara
Director of Nursing Services
Office: 330-723-6393 x 601534

News

STOP THE BLEED


ESC offers Stop the Bleed Training.
What is STOP THE Bleed Training?
Minutes count! Someone who is severely bleeding can bleed to death in as little as 5 minutes. That’s why bleeding control-keeping the blood inside the body-is the purpose of STOP THE BLEED training.
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Friends Don't Let Friends Hearts Stop

Safe Sitter® Classes
Better sitters today. Better parents tomorrow.


Instructors are Nurses who have completed the Safe Sitter® Instructors Workshop. Classes are for girls and boys aged 11-14.  Spring 2024.pdf

Curriculum includes:
  • Safety Skills
  • Child Care Skills
  • First Aid and Rescue Skills
  • Life and Business Skills
Class Cost: $75
T-shirt: $15 (optional)

Price includes hands-on mannequin practice, rescue skills, small group interactive learning, role-playing, and games. Students will receive a Safe Sitter manual and course completion card.


Contact:
Keturah Zacharias
330-723-6393, Ext. 601573
E-mail:[email protected]

Return attached form with check to:
Keturah Zacharias
ESC of Medina County
275 Center Street
Seville, Oh 44273

Employment Opportunities

Position Available

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Job Description: RN, LPN and STNA/Health Aide substitute positions; provide first aid to students and staff; assist in delivering health services to educational communities; and support the educational mission and goals of the school/district and the ESC. Enjoy a flexible schedule and obtain real-life experience!

 

Qualifications: Possess a high school diploma or equivalent; obtain an Ohio Department of Education Aide permit; possess or be willing to obtain current CPR/AED certification; and be willing to travel. A minimum of one year experience caring for children is preferred. 

 

Contact: Barbie Ferrell, Director of Nursing Services, Educational Service Center of Medina County, 330-723-6393, Ext. 601534 . Please email resume to Alecia Highsmith at [email protected]

Applications are available online at http://www.medina-esc.org

 

National School Nurse Day

National School Nurse Day! We honor more than 73,000 school nurses in the United States who make a difference in the lives of children every day. 

The theme this year is “The School Nurse: Better Health. Better Learning.™” It speaks of the significant healthcare roles of school nurses in school communities across the country. School nurses lead the way to advance health and support education by ensuring that students are safe, healthy, and ready to learn. 

Background

Since 1972, National School Nurse Day has been set aside to recognize school nurses. 

Purpose

National School Nurse Day was established to foster a better understanding of the role of school nurses in the educational setting. 

Date

National School Nurse Day is celebrated on the Wednesday within National Nurse Week. Each year National Nurse Week is held from May 6 through May 12, Florence Nightingale’s birthday.

Let’s celebrate our school nurses today and always! 

Learn more at: www.schoolnurseday.org


UPCOMING EVENTS

Jul
17

Safe Sitter Deadline

Wed Jul 17 2024

DID YOU KNOW?

A Death That Would Save Innumerable Lives
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