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School Support Services

Department Address 
1515 Hughes Way
Long Beach, CA 90810

Department Phone 
(562) 997-8644

Student Health Services - Staff

Contact Phone / Address Position / Responsibility
Rose Van Meeveren (562) 986-6870 x.248 Program Specialist
Student Health Services
Rose M. Van Meeveren, MEd, BSN, RN, NCSN (562) 986-6870 x.248 Program Specialist
Student Health Services
Claudia Martinez-Plambeck, MA, ADN (562) 986-6870 x.286 Lead Nurse
Student Health Services
Sandy Morgan (562) 986-6870 x.274 Lead Nurse
Student Health Services
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Student Health Services

Students who attend schools in the Long Beach Unified School District are fortunate to have access to the services of a credentialed school nurse. Every school nurse is a registered nurse (R.N.) who strengthens and facilitates the educational process by improving and protecting the health status of children. The major focus of nursing services is the prevention of illness and disability, as well as the early detection and correction of health problems.


Some of the services provided by Student Health Services are:

  • Vision and hearing
  • Immunizations verification
  • Health and developmental assessments and evaluations of pupils to identify specific physical disorders and other factors relating to the learning process
  • Communication with primary care providers
  • Individual Health care plan design and implementation, incorporating plans directed by a physician, to meet the needs of the student
  • Interpretation of medical and nursing findings appropriate to the student’s individual education plan and recommendations to personnel directly involved
  • In-service training resource person to teachers, administrators, and staff
  • Student and parent counseling regarding health related attendance problems
  • Assistance to parents, pupils, and school staff to understand and adjust to physical, mental and social limitations
  • Provides age-appropriate and developmentally appropriate care in a culturally and ethically sensitive manner.
  • Participates in or initiate strategies that promote an emotionally and physically healthy school culture.
  • Functions as a liaison between the family, school and community.

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