School Health Office
Deborah Wolfe, M.D. is the U of D Jesuit School Health Professional. The health clinic is found in the Student Affairs Office. Dr. Wolfe is at the school every day that school is in session. She has been on staff since the Fall of 2015, after being in private clinical practice for more than 20 years. Both of her sons (Max ’13 and Jack ’16) graduated U of D Jesuit as “Six-Year Men."
Dr. Wolfe is available to provide health care intervention, initial care to an ill student, emergency treatment for injuries, and the administration of medication that may be required during the school day. While she is a licensed physician, her duties will not involve the prescribing of medication or substituting for a student’s personal physician. Dr. Wolfe is a liaison for students as it pertains to medical matters that may impact a their performance while at U of D Jesuit.
Following are the requirements for students attending U of D Jesuit:
- Immunization records or the state mandated non-medical waiver form must be submitted the first year of enrollment or upon transferring to University of Detroit Jesuit.
- All students, regardless if playing a school sport, are required to submit a completed health appraisal and physical examination for every academic year in attendance. The physical must be dated no sooner than April 15 of that school year. The MHSAA Health & Physical form is preferred and mandated for any student participating in Academy or High School athletics.
- Students requiring the use of prescription medication during school hours (this includes the use of self-carrying medication such as inhalers, EpiPens, or insulin pumps) must submit the completed “Release for Dispensing of Prescription Medication” form.
Deb Wolfe, M.D.
School Health Professional