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This Saturday, October 24,2020 is National Drug Takeback Day

You can turn in unused or expired prescription medications for safe disposal at

Wal-Mart Supercenter
1126 E Lynchburg Salem Turnpike
Bedford, VA 24523
from 10 AM - 2 PM
Please do a daily wellness check on your child:

Does your child have cold/flu-like symptoms such as nasal drainage, sore throat, persistent cough, difficulty breathing, headache, chills, significant muscle aches/pains, loss of taste/smell or diarrhea?  OR does your child have a fever? 
KEEP HOME

See column to left for more detailed information on COVID-19.

Please provide your child with a mask.

Make sure your child knows how to properly put on his/her mask.  

Reinforce proper hand washing with your child (a minimum of 20 seconds with warm, soapy water).






Mrs. Karen DeLorey, RN

kdelorey@bedford.k12.va.us

(434) 299-5863/fax (434) 299-6037

MEDICATIONS:  All medications, including cough drops, require a parent to bring them in.  If it is an over-the-counter medication and the clinic can administer the medicine as directed on the packaging, a physician's written order is NOT needed.  If it is a prescription, the physician needs to sign the written order.  ALL medications require a parental signature.

All forms needed for medical purposes can be downloaded from "Medical Forms" in the column to the left.  Feel free to download to take to your doctor at any time.


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