Welcome to the University of Detroit Jesuit Community,
My name is Deborah Wolfe, M.D. (aka Mrs. Wolfe to the students), and I am the school health professional on staff. My clinic is found in the Student Affairs Office, and I am at school every day that students are in attendance. I have been on staff since the fall of 2015, after being in private clinical practice for over 20 years. Both of my sons (Max ’13 & Jack ’16) graduated U of D Jesuit as “Six-Year Men”.
I am 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 a licensed physician, my duties will not involve the prescribing of medication or substituting for a student’s personal physician.
I am here to act as a liaison for students and faculty/staff as pertains to medical matters that may impact a student’s performance while at University of Detroit Jesuit High School and Academy.
Following are the requirements as pertains to students attending University of Detroit Jesuit High School and Academy:
- 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 15th 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