TMI Health Center

The Health Center at TMI recognizes that for students to carry out TMI's mission, they must be healthy not only in body but mind and spirit. Our mission in the Health Center is to help guide and educate the TMI community to a healthier lifestyle by prevention and early recognition of any health concerns.
The Health Center works to improve each student’s health by providing the following:

  • Administration of first aid, treating minor medical problems, e.g. cuts and bruises
  • Counseling and referral for social, emotional and physical problems
  • Monitoring communicable disease to control their spread
  • Working with the Department of Health to provide screening services
  • Education
Below is some information that will help us work together to provide the best possible care for your child:

List of 4 items.

  • Immunizations

    • TMI follows the Texas state requirements for vaccinations. For more information, refer to:http://www.dshs.state.tx.us/immunize/default.shtm.
    • Your child’s completed immunization records or exemption papers must be turned in prior to the first day of school. If you are a returning student you do not need to resubmit these unless they need to be updated.
  • Medications

    • The TMI Health Center does not provide any medication to our day students unless it is brought in by the parents in the original bottle. This includes over-the-counter or prescription medication.
    • All medication must be dropped off and picked up by a parent.
    • Please see the TMI Parent-Student Handbook, available from the Student/Parent section of www.tmi-sa.org, for more information regarding medication.
  • Illnesses and injuries

    • We encourage our students to come to the Health Center on the lower level of Frost Athletic Center for any urgent needs at any time. If it is a non-urgent need, we encourage students to come before school, during break, lunch or after school.
    • If your child has had a fever of 100.4° F or greater, please keep them home for 24 hours after the fever is gone.
  • Residential Life Heath

    All staff are CPR/AED and first aid certified! Thank you to our administrators for their support on this important issue to keep all our TMI community safe.

    TMI's health center will now be using student electronic health records. Your child’s health record can now be updated, completed and viewed
    through www.magnushealth.com. You can view treatment notes when your child was seen by the health center or athletic trainer, print immunization records, sports physical or print your student’s 911 card. If you need or have forgot your username/password please contact us or admissions so we can help guide you through this.

TMI Health Center Staff

List of 3 members.

Contact

Phone: (210) 564-6144
Fax: (210) 564-6144
Email: healthcenter@tmi-sa.org
The mission of TMI is to provide an excellent educational community, with values based on the teachings of Jesus Christ, challenging motivated students to develop their full potential in service and leadership.
TMI — The Episcopal School of Texas
20955 W. Tejas Trail
San Antonio TX 78257
(210) 698-7171