Monmouth Regional High School Health Services
Therese Cahill, RN and Melanie Moore, RN
732-542-1170, extension 1132/1141
The goal of the Health Office is to meet your child's needs if they become ill or injured. We hope to provide a welcoming and healthy experience at Monmouth Regional High School. Please contact us if your child has a health concern or if you need help navigating the health care system.
Emergency Contact Information: In order to have the most current health information for your child, please fill out both sides of the Health Questionnaire and return it to the Health Office.
Medication: Any medication (including over the counter) must be kept in the Health Office. Over the counter medication dosing is explained in the Health Questionnaire/Emergency Form. Any other medications must be in the original container and be accompanied by a Medication Permission Form.
Self-Administered Medications: If your child will be using a self-administered inhaler or Epi-Pen, the Asthma Treatment Plan or Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Emergency Care Plan is required with signatures of parent/guardian and physician. Only Inhalers, Epi-Pens and Diabetic supplies can be self-carried. If you have a child with diabetes, please complete the Diabetes Care Medical Management Form. All forms are required to be updated annually. Please be advised that if your child has signed up for a sport, they will be unable to participate until the appropriate forms have been received in the health office.
Physical Exams: All freshman and transfer students must have a physical exam on record in the Health Office. You may go to your own health care provider or have the physical done at school by our school physician. If you would like your child to have a physical completed at school, they will be offered on the following dates: January 31, February 7 and February 21, March 7 and March 21, and April 4 and April 18. Future dates TBD.
Physicals: Each student athlete who wishes to participate in a high school athletic team must have a physical exam. Physicals can be performed by the student's private physician and then turned in to the health office PRIOR to one of the dates above. Please use this form when seeing your private physician. Physicals can also be performed at school during one of the offered dates above. Physicals must be performed at least 365 days prior to the first date of the official practice. A Health History Update Form must also be completed by the parent/guardian prior to any athletic season.