Ford Intermediate School Clinic Information
Laurie Colegrove, LPN and MaryAnn Skok, RN are the Ford Team nurses. Laurie has been a nurse for 13 years and Mary Ann has been a nurse for over 33 years. Both nurses have been in the school health program for over eight and a half years. Their services are a part of a partnership agreement with Southwest General Health Center, which provides the school health services in each school in the Berea City School District.
Laurie will be at the clinic Monday through Friday; Mary Ann will be working on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursdays.
During the school year we will be doing state mandated screenings, verifying everyone is in compliance with the immunization protocol, and adhering to the Board of Education medication assistance guidelines. We are responsible for first aid, administration of medications required in the school setting, and many other tasks in order to provide care to the students at Ford Intermediate School. It is the goal of the clinic to help your child maintain and achieve a good attendance record, while keeping the students and the faculty healthy. We are happy to partner with staff and parents to address any medical issues that may arise throughout the school year.
The clinic hours are 08:35am until 03:20 pm. Please feel free to call us 216-898-8216, if you have any health concerns regarding your child or have any information that you might feel is important for well-being of your child while here at Ford.
Medication Assistance - Request Medication Assistance Form
Students will be assisted with their medications by the School Health Specialist or personnel designated by the building administrator. A “Medication Assistance Form” must be filled out and on file in the clinic for a student to receive any medication at school (including over-the-counter medication such as cough drops, Motrin, etc.) For specific requirements, review both sides of the Medication Assistance Form available by clicking on the hyperlink above, in the school clinic or in the school office.