Welcome to the James Madison High School Clinic

    James Madison High School

    Hours:  8:30am to 4:00pm

    Phone:  (210)356-1403

    Fax:  (210)637-4423


    Meet our Clinic Staff:

                                                                                     isabelle                                      Jenny

    Nurse:  Madison Russell, RN                  LVN:  Isabelle Ibarra, LVN                          Clinic Assistant:  Jenny Ramirez





    Frequently Asked Questions:

    Q:  What do we do my child's doctor wants he/she to use crutches/wheelchair/or the elevator while at school? 

    A:  A physicians order is required.  The order must include a statement(s) about the need for the use of the crutches, wheelchair, elevator, or all of the above.  Once your child returns on campus, he/she must present to the clinic with the physicians order in order to receive a pass to allow for the specified accomodations. 

    Q:  Where can we find the most up to date information regarding COVID-19 and the schools?

    A:  Please click on the following link to take you to the NEISD Critical Updates page for anything COVID-19 related:

    Q:  What do we need to know about our child taking medications or special accomodation while at school?  

    A: Click here to access all the resources needed for the medical and health management of your child during the school day & extracurricular activities:

    Q:  When can we can bring our students medications and medical supplies to the clinic? 

    A:  For safety reasons during the COVID-19 pandemic, the clinic will have you sign up for specified date and time to bring all necessary medications and medical supplies into the clinic.  Please click on the following link to sign up:

    Tips for Parents/Guardians prior to bringing medications to the clinic:

    1)Medications are to be brought in by an approved adult over the age of 18yrs old, current physicians orders, properly labeled medication container, non-expired medication.  

    2)Medications are not be brought in by students or carried on their person.  Exception to this are those students who have physicians orders to self carry emergency medications such as an inhaler, epinephrine injection, or diabetes medication who has also received approval from the nurse.  


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