Emergency Care Plans
My name is Natasha (the kids call me Nurse Natasha). I have been the school nurse here in Greenfield since September 2012 & I am also the Care to Learn Liaison for the Greenfield Chapter. I am a Registered Nurse and graduated from Southwest Baptist University- Mercy School of Nursing & Health Sciences program. Prior to becoming a school nurse, I was the nurse for one of the neurosurgeons at Cox Health- Springfield Neurological and Spine Institute where I acquired invaluable experience and knowledge. Prior to that, I also gained bedside experience in neuroscience, orthopedics, cardiology and some pediatrics. I sometimes miss the fast paced and exciting world of neurosurgery, but School Nursing has provided its own share of challenge and excitement. I’ve never had a more personally rewarding job and I love it here! My husband and I are both Greenfield Wildcat alumni and we have two children in Greenfield Elementary. When I am not being your school nurse, I stay busy spending time with my family (we love boating, camping, farming and fishing together) and driving my kids to their many activities (gymnastics, dance, baseball, etc). I also coach the High School Cheerleaders here at Greenfield so you can always find me at the ball games! I love cooking and baking. I love dancing and teach dance fitness classes in Greenfield twice per week. Here’s to a happy and healthy school year!
If you have any questions or concerns regarding your students health. Please feel free to contact me by phone (417-637-5921 ext. 212) or email me at email@example.com.
***It is important for the school to be able to communicate with parents by phone in the event of an emergency or regarding an injury or illness. Therefore, it is important that parents keep their emergency contact information current at all times. Please contact the main office and notify them of any changes.
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