Student Health Services

Last Updated: 7/17/2023 3:07 PM


Health Services
Madeira City Schools Health Services staff members are committed to meeting the daily health care needs of all students, as well as the educational and long-term care needs of children with chronic illness.

As health care providers in the school setting, we welcome information regarding your child’s health and/or health needs. Please contact us and let us know how we can help your child throughout the school year.

Health related forms are available to the right under the forms section, and we are also glad to answer any questions you may have using the contact information listed below.

Madeira Elementary School
8:45 am - 3:45 pm daily
Amy Mueller, RN
Phone: (513) 924-3824
Fax: (513) 985-6082

Madeira Middle School
7:45 am - 3:15 pm daily
Madison Ehler, RN
Phone: (513) 924-3771
Fax: (513) 272-4145

Madeira High School
7:15 am - 2:45 pm daily
Jennifer Hesselbrock
Phone: (513) 891-8222
Fax: (513) 985-6089

Health Services Staff:
• Maintain the health clinic and health records
• Vision/hearing screenings and referrals according to the Ohio Department of Health guidelines
• Complete scoliosis screenings and referrals for Grade 5, 7 and 8
• Monitor immunization compliance
• Manage individual student health concerns in the school setting
• Develop and monitor emergency plans for students with chronic health concerns
• Administer medications/treatments as prescribed by a physician and as set forth by district policy
• Administer appropriate first aid
• Contact parents/guardians of students who are injured or sick 

School Health Advisory Committee (SHAC)
This group of parents, teachers, and administrators work to promote and ensure that the nutrition, health, and physical education needs of our Madeira students are being met. Please refer to our SHAC links to the right of this page.

Madeira Staff Links
Get an MSDS
Online Safety Training
Report a Safety Hazard
Report an Employee Accident

Submit a Safety Suggestion
Talk to a Safety/Chemical Specialist

Additional Info

Student Safety Links

Safe Schools Help Line 1-866-LISTEN2ME
Students or parents may use this telephone hotline to leave a message about an unsafe situation or circumstance within the school environment.

Safe Schools Online Help
Students are able to use this link to report unsafe situations or conflicts within the school environment.