Healthcare is an essential duty of our non-resident School Doctor from our hospital and the resident trained nurse. All students go through medical registration on arrival at the school dorm. Students' health is checked at regular intervals. The routine visits and checks of the school doctor, and treatment of minor ailments, are covered by school fees. A nit check for head lice and deworming are done each term.
X-rays, particular prescription drugs, or treatment will be charged to the parent's account. If a student gets admitted in the School Clinic overnight or a local hospital, the parents will be intimated.
All childhood vaccinations mentioned in the table below must have been administered before joining the school. Other advisable vaccinations and the student's blood group will be recorded in student's health form before entry to the school.
We expect parents to have the student's immunization up to date during holidays. The school does not welcome responsibility over this. The school nurse needs to be informed of any new immunizations or ailments so that students’ medical records are up to date, that includes information regarding sight and hearing. A new form will be provided for this each semester. If parents are aware that their children have been exposed to any infectious disease while out of school, they must take the school's permission before they return. All medications must be handed over to their dorm parent on arrival. Dorm parents should be made aware of any on-going treatment. A doctor’s prescription is needed for the medication to be administered.