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Public Health Staff at Your School

Public health services are available in London and Middlesex County schools. The school teams consist of public health nurses, dietitians, a health promoter and support staff.

 

The Role of Public Health in Schools

  • Provide health education supports and resources
  • Collaborate with parents, teachers and students to foster a healthy school
  • Support the implementation of school health policies
  • Facilitate healthy school committees; small group sessions; promote student leadership and engagement
  • Empower students to develop coping skills and healthy habits
  • Provid e sex ual health and pregnancy related information and services

Meet Your Public Health School Staff

Secondary School Staff

*Coming soon - Elementary School Staff Profiles

Manager - Elementary Schools
Jacqueline Eckert, Acting Manager, Child Health Team
jacqueline.eckert@mlhu.on.ca
519-663-5317 ext. 2322

Manager - Secondary Schools
Anita Cramp, Manager, Youth Adult Team
anita.cramp@mlhu.on.ca
519-663-5317 ext. 2242

 

How to contact the Public Health Nurse associated with your school

All schools will be assigned a Public Health Nurse, who will provide continuous support to prevent and manage COVID-19.

Until a nurse has been assigned to your school, please direct all school-related inquiries to:

519-663-5317 ext. 9010
healthyschools@mlhu.on.ca
Monday-Friday, 8AM to 4PM

 
Date of creation: January 1, 2013
Last modified on: September 21, 2020

Resources

Updated lists pending:

  • Elementary School List - Middlesex County and London
  • Secondary School List - Middlesex County and London
 
 

References

1Public Health Agency of Canada, 2012 Comprehensive School Health Model.