• Welcome to the Eagle Landing Middle School Clinic!
     Monday- Friday, from 8:30 am - 3:30 pm to help with your child's needs.
    The clinic is located inside the School Front Office.
    School Phone:  770.914.8189
    Fax Number: 770.914.2989
    Email: rblack@henry.k12.ga.us
    Important Information About Medicine at School
    The Clinic can only give medicines brought to school by an adult for a student. 
    DO NOT send medicine to school with your child!
    We must receive a signed Student Health Medication for each medication. 
    Prescription Medications, over the counter medications and cough drops must be in their original packaging - NO medication in baggies!
    Medications must not have an expired date on the prescription label or over the counter packaging.
    The clinic DOES NOT stock any medications to give out upon request. 
    General Information
    Flu and Flu-like Illness
    Anyone with a flu-like illness should stay home until they have been fever-free for 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medicine.  Flu symptoms include fever, headache, severe tiredness, dry cough, runny or stuffy nose, muscle aches, sore throat, vomiting, and sometimes diarrhea.  Washing your hands and covering your mouth with your shoulder or a tissue are great ways to help prevent the spread of the flu.  See www.cdc.gov/flu for more information. 
    If your child needs to take medication while at school, please leave the medication with the Clinic Aide and fill out a medication authorization form.  I would suggest that if your child has frequent headaches or stomach aches to leave medication with the Clinic Aide.  Remember that all medications need to be dropped off and picked up by a parent or guardian in the original container.  Do not send your child to school with any type of medication.
    Medical Conditions
    Please inform the Clinic Aide of any medical conditions your child may have that may require special attention such as asthma, diabetes, etc.  You will need to fill out an action plan form so that we can know how to treat and care for your child in case of an emergency.  Also remember that if your child has an inhaler it needs to be left with the Clinic Aide or a permission to carry form must be filled out.