Nurse

Forest Dale School Nurse, Mrs. Stevens

My name is Lisa Stevens and I have been the school nurse at Forest Dale since 2013.  My husband and I live in Carmel, and we have two teenage daughters named Ally and Angie.  

My nursing education includes a Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Valparaiso University and a Masters of Science in Nursing from Indiana University.  I have worked in diverse nursing positions in Orthopedics and Pediatric surgery.  I have been a nurse for over 25 years, and I am so excited to begin my fifth year as the nurse at Forest Dale.   

My goal as the school nurse at Forest Dale is to promote a safe and healthy environment for the students, staff and families.  I believe that communication and a team approach is so important for positive outcomes.  I work very closely with students, parents, teachers and administration to ensure that students are healthy and ready to learn.  It is important for parents to contact me with any updates, questions and/or concerns regarding their student’s health.  

My hours are 7:40 am to 3:10 pm while school is in session.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns.  If you need immediate assistance, please contact of the Administrative Assistants at 317-844-4948 so they can bring your request or need to my attention.  

Lisa Stevens, MSN, RN
School Health Program at Forest Dale Elementary
Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St. Vincent
10721 Lakeshore Drive West, Carmel, IN  46033
317-844-4948 (phone)
317-571-4031 (fax)
lstevens@ccs.k12.in.us

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