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Health or Medication Questions?
 
Please call or email Kirsten Hopson with any health or medication questions you may have.
 
(303)452-0967

Did you know…

Immunizations are an important part of our children’s and the community’s health. Colorado law requires students attending a public, private or parochial school to be immunized against certain vaccine-preventable diseases. Colorado follows the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices schedule. This schedule is approved by the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Academy of Family Physicians and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. This is the immunization schedule which will best protect your child from vaccine-preventable diseases and is the national standard for health care providers who vaccinate your children.

Westgate Medication Procedures and Required Forms

 

  • Completed medication forms for all medications kept in the Westgate Health Office/clinic and for Westgate Field trips, including overnights.

  • All Medications need to be in the original container.

  • Controlled prescription medications will counted and signed in and out of the clinic.

  • Keep in mind that teachers carry medications on field trips.  (Tablets/chewables or smaller liquid bottles are preferred)

  • If you have questions, please call the Westgate Health Office 303-452-0967

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Severe Allergies Form

Colorado Allergy and Anaphylaxis Emergency Care Plan and Medication Order

  • Specific allergies at top (more detail is better)

  • Parent signature and emergency contact information at the bottom

  • Health Care Provider signature at the bottom                                      

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Asthma/Inhaler Form

Colorado School Asthma Care Plan & Medication Orders

  • All parent contact and emergency numbers at the top

  • Health Care Provider Signature at the bottom

  • Parent signature at the bottom

Self Carry Inhaler Authorization Forms(only recommended for older students)

Consider also having a back-up inhaler in Health Office/Clinic in case of emergency. Bring inhaler AND box with the prescription label to school for clinic to copy box and mark inhaler.

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Daily Prescription Medications Given at School AND PRN/ Over-the-Counter medications

(Examples: Advil/ibuprofen or Tylenol/acetaminophen, lactaid)

Parent/Legal Guardian’s Release for Administration of medication at School and Physician’s Signed Order 

  • Parent signature middle of the page

  • Health Care Provider signature and office information at the bottom