Health Services

Coordinator of Health Services
Elizabeth Santos, R.N. - (928) 341-6120 or (928)318-4210
Somerton Middle School
Lourdez M. Delgado Beltran, C.N.A. - (928) 341-6114  
Veronica Cavazos, C.N.A.- (928)341-6137
Orange Grove Elementary
Erika Guevara, C.N.A. - (928) 341-6207
Desert Sonora Elementary
Ruby Carbajal, C.N.A. - (928) 341-6308
Tierra del Sol Elementary
Violeta Estrella, C.N.A. - (928) 341-6418
Nataly Manzo - (928) 341-6417
Valle del Encanto Learning Center
Emma Rubio, C.N.A. - (928) 341-6716

Immunizations Reminder to all 5th Grade Students All students 11 years or older must get the Tdap and MCV4 before school ends. Bring back documentation for the nurse. This information will be used to update records before sending them to middle school at the end of the year. Students who are not yet 11 years old can turn in their immunization at the beginning of 6th grade.

Uniforms Parents, please donate old uniforms when you clean out winter clothing from your closets. Students are loaned clothes from the nurse's offices.

Parents and Students, Please remember to return all loaned clothing back to the Health Office!

Hearing and Vision Parents and Students who have received Hearing and Vision Referrals, please remember to return them to the Health Office with results from your doctor.

Medication Notice According to A.R.S 32-1901, school nurses can not administer medications without a prescription from a U.S. doctor. Without a prescription, you will have to administer the medication to your child. If you have any questions, please contact Liz Santos at (928) 318-4210.

Parents and Students, Please remember to return all loaned clothing back to the Health Office!


Student needs to have a Current Health Questionnaire form on file in the Nurses Office each year that provides the Nurse with home and work phone numbers for parents, 2-3 emergency contacts who can pick up your child if you can’t be reached. Also a list of current or chronic health problems, and treatments listed if needed, along with marking whether your child can have Tylenol and or Pepto Bismol. The form needs to be signed at the bottom where it says Parent Signature in order for the Nurses to provide basic first aid care. The parent signature is also needed indicating that we have your permission to contact 911 if your child has a true emergency and needs to be transported to YRMC via ambulance. We request a new form with updated information at the beginning of each year.

Update your phone numbers with the Secretaries when they change, so that the Nursing Staff can reach you easily if your child needs to be picked up from the Nursing Office, or there is an emergency. Also please let us know when something has changed medically with your child, and bring us any medical documentation that you receive at the Dr.’s office, or Emergency Department, for any illnesses or injuries that your child has had. Please be aware that even if you report the information to the Secretaries, the Nurses still need to be notified by you, as that information isn’t always passed on

Health Information Links:

Infectious Disease Information:
Yuma County Department of Health
Center for Disease Control (CDC)
World Health Organization (WHO)