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School health care

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School health care services are currently being provided at your own school. You should contact the nurse primarily via phone or e-services.

Students with symptoms of a respiratory infection are not treated in the school health care and one should not come to school or booked appointments if the child is ill or has symptoms of a beginning infection.

The school nurse will give information on his/her own phone number for now.

You can find current information about Helsinki’s services and treatment places in connection to the coronavirus at www.hel.fi/en


The objective is to encourage pupils to adopt healthy lifestyles and to provide them with support in terms of development of self-esteem and management of life skills.

Each school has a designated school public health nurse and a school doctor, whose contact information and appointment hours are printed on bulletins distributed to pupils’ homes. Provision of health care services is based on the number of pupils at each school. The City of Helsinki Health Department recommends that one school public health nurse and one school doctor should not be responsible for more than 800 and 6,000 pupils respectively.

At the beginning of comprehensive school, parents fill in a form concerning their child’s current health status. The child’s health card is sent from the child health clinic to the school health care services. Based on this information, the child’s special needs can then be taken into account at schools. During comprehensive school, the school public health nurse aims to hold yearly appointments with every pupil and there are three standard doctor’s appointments (in forms 1, 5 and 8).

 



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24.03.2020 14:42