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District Medical Office
Phone: (607) 274-2172
Fax: (607) 645-4203

Kari Burke
Coordinator of Health Services and Wellness
(607) 274-2127

Kamela Willett
Medical Secretary
(607) 274-2172

School Nurse Directory



Staff Flu Clinics

The ICSD, in partnership with Wegmans Pharmacy, is hosting five flu clinics for staff this year:

  • Caroline Elementary:
    September 28, 2-4 p.m.
  • DeWitt Middle School:
    October 7, 2:30-4:30 p.m.
  • Ithaca Bus Garage:
    October 12, 8:30-10 a.m.
  • Enfield Elementary:
    October 12, 2-3:30 p.m.
  • Ithaca High School:
    October 14, 2-4:30 p.m.
flu clinics 2021 poster

To avoid a wait and help ensure Wegmans brings the correct amount of vaccines, please schedule yourself for a three-minute appointment slot during one of the clinics listed above. To schedule an appointment, follow these directions:

  • Follow this link to open the appointments calendar (please make sure you are signed in to your ICSD Google account).
  • Navigate to the date of your flu clinic, click on one of the open appointment slots, then click “save” to book your appointment. Note: once you book your appointment, your name will not be visible to others. 
  • To cancel your appointment, simply delete the event from your Google calendar.

Please make sure to bring your insurance card to your appointment. If you don’t have insurance or forget your card, the cost will be $39.99 payable only by credit card on the day of the clinic.

School Health Services is made up of a team of professional nurses, school physician, head nurse and medical secretary.  This team provides medical management and support for students, as well as providing health and safety guidance for the entire school community. 

School nurses play a critical role in addressing the health needs of students, minimizing health-related barriers, and contributing to students’ academic success.  They are in an ideal position to work closely with students and their primary support systems.  Additionally, nurses focus on the health needs of the entire school community, and beyond. 

Consistent with the ICSD mission to engage, educate and empower the students, school nurses help students gain knowledge that will allow them to develop positive, life-long, health behaviors, achieve greater academic success, and become productive members of the community.  

“School nurses provide a non-negotiable value for our nation’s children, keeping them healthy, in school and ready to learn.” (National Association of School Nurses 2011)