Pertussis (Whooping Cough)
- Pertussis (Whooping Cough) Fact Sheet for Parents
- LISD Guidelines Regarding Whooping Cough: English Spanish
West Nile Virus
Senate Bill 31, passed by the Texas Legislature in the Fall of 2001, requires that school districts provide the following information to all parents in the district. Meningitis is most commonly spread in the college dormitories, due to close living arrangements, but the legislature felt it was important for all parents to be made aware of the disease. Colleges now require students to provide proof of having had the Meningitis vaccine within the last 5 years. Please click on the link for more informtion.
****2013-2014 Texas Immunization Requirements****
Smith County Public Health District Dr. Hand's Office- 903-882-3194
George Roberts ETMC Lindale- 903-881-0460
815 North Broadway TMFHS Lindale- 903-882-0991
Tyler, Texas 75702 CVS Pharmacy Lindale- 903-882-3158
(903) 535-0036 Brookshire's Pharmacy Lindale- 903-882-1309
Walmart Pharmacy Lindale- 903-882-0740
Dial 2-1-1 for Flu Advice
You can now dial 2-1-1 to receive over-the-phone medical guidance about what you should do if you or a family member have flu symptoms.
The state’s 2-1-1 health information helpline is now staffed with medical professionals who can provide information about managing flu symptoms and advice on when to seek medical care from a physician or emergency room.
This will help you make informed decisions about how to care for yourself and your family. The guidance is not intended to replace specific instructions people receive from their physicians.
The 2-1-1 staff also can provide general flu information and vaccine availability information for individuals and health care providers. Calls are answered round-the-clock. Callers are instructed to choose a language and then press “6” for flu information and guidance.
Basic flu symptoms include fever, cough and sore throat that usually come on suddenly. Most cases are relatively mild to moderate and do not need emergency treatment. Most people who have H1N1 flu or seasonal flu just need appropriate fluid intake, fever-reducing medication, rest and careful monitoring.
People with underlying health conditions who think they have the flu should contact their health care provider.
For more information about flu in Texas, www.TexasFlu.org.
Health and Wellness Links
- American Academy of Pediatrics
- American Cancer Society
- American Diabetes Association
- American Heart Association
- American Lung Association of Texas
- American Psychiatric Association
- Center for Disease Control
- The Center for Health and Healthcare in Schools
- Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP)
- Texas Department of State Health Services (Includes information about all available health related services, and up-to-date flu information.
- Epilepsy Foundation
- Health Finder (English)
- Health Finder (Spanish)
- Information from Kotex
- Kids Health
- Mayo Clinic
- Medline Plus
- National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute
- National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
- U.S. National Library of Medicines
- Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center
- Poison Prevention and Treatment Information
Health Handbook Information
Employee Wellness Newsletters
Early Childhood Center: Kim White, RN 903-881-4400 email@example.com
College Street Elementary: Kim Lane, RN 903-881-4350 firstname.lastname@example.org
Velma Penny Elementary: Traci Fountain, RN (Head Nurse) 903-881-4250 TDFount@lindaleeagles.org
E.J. Moss Intermediate-East Campus: Kathi Brown, LVN 903-881-4200 ext. 1405 email@example.com
E. J Moss Intermediate- West Campus: Faye Bullard, LVN 903-881-4200 ext. 1474 bullardF@lindaleeagles.org
Lindale Junior High: Christi Singleton, RN 903-881-4150 SingletonCL@lindaleeagles.org
Lindale High School: Nancy Hosid, RN 903-881-4100 HosidN@lindaleeagles.org
School Health Advisory Council
Check our Lindale ISD SHAC web page!