If your student needs to take medication during the day, please contact the Bradley School Nurse at 720-424-9394.
Health Office Forms:
Below are forms that are important to fill out and give to the Nurse.
2022-23 Asthma Care Plan Form
2022-23 General Medication Form
2022-23 Seizure Action Plan and Medication Form
2022-23 Standard Health Plan for Allergy-Anaphylaxis
Illness Policy: How Sick is Too Sick? When to Keep Children at Home (PDF)
COVID-19 Screening and COVID-19 Testing Decision Tree
Please note these free COVID testing sites in Denver. School Based Health Clinics are a great resource, but they are currently only testing those with symptoms, due to limited supplies. Denvergov.orgCOVIDTesting
Please call TJ Health Center before arriving at 720-423-7190.
The Denver Health School-Based Health Centers (SBHCs) are OPEN! We are able to see students both in-person and offer telehealth / telephone appointments! DH staff continue to serve families and students even when they are not regularly in the building. Collectively, both the leadership of DPS and SBHC understand the importance of students getting preventative and regular medical and mental health care including Well Adolescent Health Care, mental health screenings and immunizations.
The School-Based Health center at Thomas Jefferson High School is open for medical care, mental health care and dental care! Email us at SBHC@dhha.org or call us at 720-423-7190 to schedule an in person or telehealth appointment! If your student is ill with COVID symptoms, we can help get them tested.
REMEMBER: All SBHC services are offered at NO COST to DPS Families! Use the link below to sign your student up using our new e-consent.
Thomas Jefferson School Based Clinic consent forms: