School-Based Health Services

E A Hawse Health Services for Staff and Students Available at HHS & RMS


School-Based Health Services were initially started in Hampshire County in October 2020 and are again available to all county staff and students at Hampshire High School and Romney Middle.  These services are available when students are at school. The hours are Monday-Thursday, 8am-10am at Hampshire High and 10am-12N at Romney Middle.  The purpose of school-based health clinics is to provide medical care to both students and staff as the need arises. The clinic will function as a primary care clinic to our students and staff.   The clinics are staffed with Certified Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners and Certified Medical Assistants.  Examples of services provided are sick visits, yearly well visits/physicals and some routine lab testing such as rapid COVID testing. Other labs, EKG or x-ray tests can be ordered and done at a desired outpatient lab.

If you are interested, please see this Registration & Information Form regarding the E.A. Hawse Services.  Parents/Guardians are contacted prior to your child being seen and after.  If you are interested, please complete the Registration Form, and send it to school with your child for the School Nurse.

If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact your School Nurse.

Thank you,

Nicole Connell, R.N., Head School Nurse

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