Health Services

Welcome to the Los Banos Unified School District Health Services Program. Our dedicated team of school nurses, licensed vocational nurses, and health aides work to promote student health, wellbeing, and academic success.

For students managing specific health conditions like asthma, diabetes, or seizures, our nurses provide personalized support to keep conditions under control at school. We are committed to making schools a safe, healthy environment for the entire student body.

We look forward to keeping our district healthy and ready to thrive academically. Please explore our site to learn about the programs we offer and how we can best support your student's health needs.

Andrew Nguyen, RN, MSN

Director of Student Health Services

Health Events

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Daily Environmental Insights

Air Quality Index


Staying up to date on immunizations is key to student health and required for school entry. Click here to find details on:

  • Required immunizations by grade level

  • How to submit documentation

  • Medical exemptions

  • Community resources for accessing immunizations

  • Frequently asked questions

Hearing and Vision Screening

Hearing and vision screenings help identify sensory issues that may impact learning.

Click here to learn about the state-mandated screenings, the screening process, referral criteria, and community resources for follow-up vision exams.

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Resources and Policies

Our health services policies and resources aim to promote student well-being and healthy learning environments.

Click here to learn about procedures for managing student illnesses, medication guidelines, as well as resources like Medi-Cal and how to apply.

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Click here to view and download school health forms

District Nurses

School nurses are vital members of the educational team, dedicated to promoting student well-being and academic success.

They engage in risk reduction by conducting hearing and vision screenings, and they serve as coordinators of care—bridging the gap between students, families, schools, and medical providers. Providing both direct care and health education, school nurses are also a crucial resource for referrals to community services, such as obtaining glasses, immunizations, or dental services.

Their comprehensive approach ensures a healthier, safer, and more supportive learning environment for all students.

Alfonso Flores

Los Banos Junior High School, Westside Union Elementary School, Grasslands Elementary, Charleston Elementary

Cesar Martinez

Pacheco High School, Henry Miller Elementary, Mercey Springs Elementary, San Luis High School

Jasbir Kaur

Creekside Jr. High School, R. Miano Elementary School, Volta Elementary, Transitional Kindergarten Center, Preschool

Paloma Nuno

Los Banos High School, Lorena Falasco Elementary School, Los Banos Elementary School, Crossroads Alternative Education

Staff Access

Daily COVID Notification

View daily notifications of positive COVID-19 cases in the district per Cal/OSHA reporting guidelines here.

TB Risk Assessments

TB Risk assessments are performed for employees every other Friday by our District Nurses.

Click here to view the link to join a video call for your TB risk assessment.