This 2021-2022 school year is my 11th year at West Tisbury School! I am a registered nurse with experience in school and community health, and it is my job to take care of all students during the school day. Students must be EDUCATED to be HEALTHY and HEALTHY to be EDUCATED.
One of my goals as a school nurse is to provide healthcare services that support every student's academic success. The WT School's health program's purpose is to encourage the best possible health outcome for each student, and to help teach students healthy habits they can practice in school, and at home.
The West Tisbury School's health program includes: yearly screenings (vision, hearing, posture, BMI, and SBIRT), procedures to prevent the spread of communicable diseases, emergency care, wellness for students with special health care needs, absentee monitoring, help with nutritional challenges, assistance with social and emotional issues, etc.
With nursing assessment and appropriate intervention, more students are able to stay in school and are available to learn. Our goal is to identify health related barriers to learning, and collaborate with teachers and pediatricians to accommodate students with healthcare needs.
Please take the time to review my webpage and familiarize yourself with our wellness policies and support services, as well as the required student information and forms.
It is my pleasure and a privilege to be part of the West Tisbury School community. I look forward to being a part of your child's school experience. Please stay in touch and feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.
Kristine Cammorata, RN BSN NCSN
Please contact me at (508)696-7738 x405, or firstname.lastname@example.org (use email for faster response). I am here to answer any health and wellness related questions, if you need assistance with resources, referrals, contacting health care providers, or if you just want to check-in.
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information
A message from Martha's Vineyard Hospital
IMPORTANT: If you are ill and believe you may have COVID-19, call your primary care provider. You will be screened over the phone to determine if you reach the necessary criteria for testing. We encourage everyone to call before arriving to the hospital with COVID-19 symptoms to minimize potential exposure to staff and patients.
Our call center has increased capacity and hours for proper COVID-19 screening. Monday through Friday, the call center is open from 8am-7pm. Providers will be on-call outside of these hours at the same number. This service is available to all members of the community, whether or not you are a patient of MVH Primary Care.
Call Center Number: 508-684-4500
If you have an emergency and require medical attention, call 911 or go to the MVH Emergency Room.
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