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R. J. Longstreet Clinic Information

School Nurse: Mrs. Donna Reed, MA
Hours: 8:00 – 2:00 M - F
Phone: 386 – 322 - 6172 ext. 33898

Emergency Cards:

Parents, please keep your phone numbers updated in the front office in case of a medical emergency.
Medical Concerns or Questions: If you have any concerns or questions, please feel free to speak to Nurse Donna in confidence.


If your child has a severe allergy please notify the clinic.

Medication Guidelines:

At the request of a parent/guardian and doctor, prescription medication may be given to a student at school. The "Authorization to Administer Prescription Medication to Students by School Personnel" form must be completed by the parent and doctor prior to administering any medication. The container must be labeled with the child's name, name of drug, directions concerning dosage and time to be given, doctor's name and date of prescription and must exactly match the doctor’s orders. The medication must be delivered to the school by the parent to sign in and only one week's supply may be brought at a time.

Note: Students are not allowed to bring in any medication at any time.

Please view the Student Health services website to access the new medication forms and or procedure forms. Medication forms, procedure forms, and emergency care plans must be renewed by the parent, at or before the beginning of each school year in order for your child to receive medication or procedures during school hours on a school campus. Students carrying their own epipen​​, inhaler or diabetic supplies, are also required to have medication forms on file with their zoned school. Below are a few helpful links.

Administration of Medication

Only the principal, school nurse, or trained staff shall administer prescription medication to the student or assist the student in the administration of such medication on a school campus. Prior to the administration or self-administration of medication, including over the counter medications, parents/legal guardians must complete the designated forms. At no time may a student bring any medication to the school. Medication must be transported to school by a parent or legal guardian.

AdventHealth eCare is Now Available for VCS Families

Using AdventHealth eCare, students and their parents will experience a face-to-face video visit with a board-certified physician or nurse practitioner for a range of urgent care issues, such as pink eye, coughs/colds/flu, minor injuries, allergies, urinary tract infections, and more.

During this virtual visit, students can receive a diagnosis for minor ailments, learn about treatment options, receive follow-up instructions and obtain a prescription if needed – all without leaving the comfort of your own home.