Phyllis Avery Lane, BSN, RN,  NCSN

Phone: UMS-(910)592-4547 ext:37007 fax-(910)592-4211 UHS-(910)532-6300 ext:38807 fax-(910)532-6350

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Degrees and Certifications:

Education 1981-Clinton High School Graduate 1983-Sampson Community College-Associates Degree in Nursing 2011-Chamberlain College of Nursing-Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Honor Graduate) 2013-National Board Certified School Nurse Professional Affiliation Nation Association of School Nurses School Nurse Association of North Carolina Experience 1983-1994-Sampson Regional Medical Center 1994-2010-Sampson County Health Department 2010-present-Sampson County Schools-School Nurse-Union Middle & High Schools

Phyllis Avery Lane, BSN, RN, NCSN

Hello! My name is Phyllis Avery Lane. I am a bachelor prepared registered nurse with a North Carolina Registered Nursing licensure and a National School Nurse Certification. My nursing experience includes eleven years of medical surgical nursing at Sampson Regional Medical Center and sixteen years of public health nursing at Sampson County Health Department, specializing in Child Health and Immunizations. In the fall of 2010, I began my career as the school nurse of Union Middle School and Union High School. 

As the school nurse, I am a specialist in the care of students with acute and chronic medical needs.

It is my goal as the school nurse to keep all students safe and healthy, so they can obtain academic success to the best of their abilities.

           

Work Schedule

MONDAY & WEDNESDAY - UMS

TUESDAY & THURSDAY - UHS

FRIDAY - AS NEEDED (usually rotate between schools)

 

 

 

 

  • The  Sampson County School Board of Education Medication Administration policy can be found by clicking this link: Board Policy

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  • ATTENTION!!

    All students entering 7th grade are required to have the vaccines Tdap and Menactra or Menomune within the first 30 days of enrollment in 7th grade. It is a North Carolina Law! Your child will not be able to return to school 30 days after enrollment without the Tdap & Menactra or Menomune.  

    All new students that have never been  enrolled in a North Carolina school  system are required  by law to have a physical and up to date vaccines within 30 days of enrollment. 

    ATTENTION! ATTENTION!

    NEW REQUIREMENT for 12th GRADERS      

    On August 1, 2020, all students entering the 12th grade are required to have the 2nd dose of Menactra or Menomune within the first 30 days of enrollment in 12th grade. It is a new North Carolina LAW! Your child will not be able to return to school 30 days after enrollment until Menactra or Menomune received. 

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