Student Health

Who are the District School Nurses?

 

Renee Beckman, RN BSN  District School Nurse  rbeckman@slzusd.org

Julie Bui, RN BSN  District School Nurse jbui@slzusd.org 

Olga Degas, RN BSN  District School Nurse odegas@slzusd.org

Aimee Harris, RN BSN  District School Nurse aharris@slzusd.org 

Lisa Frost, MSN, RN, PNP, PHN District School Nurse lfrost@slzusd.org 

 

If you have questions please call 510-317-4791.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Health Information for Parents

 

Parents’ Guide to Immunizations Required for School Entry | Spanish  | Arabic | Armenian | Cambodian | Chinese | FarsiHmong | Korean | Russian | Tagalog Vietnamese

 

 

Guide to Immunization Requirements for Pre-kindergarten (Child Care) | Spanish | Chinese

 

 

Free and Low-Cost Health Care and Glasses

 

Where Can I Get Free or Low-Cost Health Care?

For assistance in finding a free or low-cost immunization clinic, call or e-mail your District School Nurse.

 

What Do I Do if My Child Needs Glasses?

If your child needs glasses and you are unable to afford them, contact your District School Nurse. If you have Medi-Cal, your District School nurse can help you find an eye doctor who will accept Medi-Cal.

 

Medical Resources:

If you meet State income requirements, your child may qualify for free physical and dental exams through Child Health and Disability Prevention Program (CHDP). For more information on free exams, please call (888) 604-4636.

 

Dental Resources:

1) Medi-Cal/Denti-Cal’s toll-free number or Web site can help you to find a dentist who takes Denti-Cal: 1-800-322-6384; https://dental.dhcs.ca.gov/. 2) Healthy Families’ toll-free number or Web site can help you to find a dentist who takes Healthy Families insurance or to find out if your child can enroll in the program: 1-800-880-5305 or http://www.benefitscal.com/

 

 

 

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