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Clinic

Updated January 2022:

  • No clinic walk-ins will be accepted due to safety precautions--visits by appointment only
  • Please call prior to sending a student to the clinic.
  • We are also the isolation room and are attending to Covid-like illness’.
  • We need to maintain these prevention strategies in order to not have cross transmission of CV19.

Room A-126
703.228.6687 (Clinic)

Heather Williams, Public Health Nurse
hawilliams@arlingtonva.us
(703) 228-6687

Susan Ruiz, School Health Aide
sruiz@arlingtonva.us
(703) 228-6688

Please refer to the following links for important forms and information:
https://www.apsva.us/student-services/school-health-services/

https://www.apsva.us/registering-your-child/

https://health.arlingtonva.us/public-health/school-health/

If your student needs vaccine(s) or a TB test, please call (703) 228-1200 to make an appointment at the Arlington County Open Immunization Clinic. https://health.arlingtonva.us/public-health/health-clinics-services/immunization-clinic/

APS COVID POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
https://www.apsva.us/school-year-2020-21/health-safety/

STUDENTS WHO NEED TO LEAVE SCHOOL DUE TO ILLNESS OR INJURY
Clinic staff will contact the student’s parent or guardian, or in some situations, a designated, “emergency contact”, if a parent or guardian cannot be reached. That person must give verbal consent for the student to leave school. The student will wait in the clinic until the person comes to the attendance office. Then attendance office staff will call the clinic and the student will be sent there.

STUDENTS WITH LIMITED MOBILITY
Students with limited mobility due to injury, etc. should show documentation Ms. Bigsby or Dr. Sanders in office A-139 to obtain an elevator pass and then turn the documentation in to the clinic, located next to Dr. Sanders’ office.