Orchard Park Nurse, Mrs. Fuller

My name is Cheryl Fuller and I am the new school nurse here at Orchard Park Elementary.  My husband and I live in Carmel, and we have two children who attend Clay Middle School.  My children keep me busy with music, scouts, and sports.

My nursing education includes a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from IUPUI. I also have a Bachelor of English Literature from DePaul University in Chicago, IL.  Prior to becoming a school nurse, I was a cardiac nurse in a hospital setting. 

My goal as the school nurse at Orchard Park Elementary is to promote a safe and healthy environment for the students, staff and families.  I believe that communication and a team approach is important for positive outcomes.  I look forward to working 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.

Cheryl Fuller, RN
School Nurse| School Health Program at Orchard Park Elementary
Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital at St. Vincent | Ascension
317-848-1918, ext. 1605 TEL | 317-571-4043 FAX

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1. Wet your hands with warm water.

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