Clinic Information

  • A Message from Ms. Andreasen:

    Welcome, my name is Pam Andreasen and I look forward to working in the clinic at Lanier High School this school year!

    This site is intended to help you with necessary documents and procedures should your child require interaction with the clinic. 

    Any students who need medications kept and administered at school MUST fill out the Gwinnett County Authorization Medication Form 

    Please note that medications will NOT be given without written permission.

    Students with medical conditions such as Diabetes, Seizures, Allergies....requiring care at school, will need a Health Management Plan completed. These forms are available through the link on the right.

    Please call or email if you have any questions.

    Office number: 678-765-4053

    Fax number: 678-765-4049


    Hours: 6:45AM to 2:30PM

    Location: On Longhorn Blvd next to Student Services

Dismissal Policy

  • If a student is sick and needs to go home, the parent/guardian needs to pick up the student in the clinic or student services. A picture identification is necessary before a student can be released to the parent/guardian or emergency contact. If a student is a driver, the student may be released after a phone call to the parent and a clinic card must be on file before any student may leave. If a student calls a parent from an office phone, please make sure the student is instructed to go to the clinic and the student will be evaluated and then the coordination for pick up can be made from the clinic and the attendance office.

Health Condition Reminder

  • Students with health conditions (i.e. asthma, diabetes, heart conditions, severe allergies, seizures, etc.) need a new health medical plan completed by a parent/guardian EACH SCHOOL YEAR.

    If you have not completed a plan this school year for you child, PLEASE contact me as soon as possible to get the proper documents completed.

    It is important to have this information in order to give your child the best care possible while at school

    Thank you!

    Pam Andreasen