Welcome to the Osbourn Park Clinic

Brenda Miller-Dorick, MSN, RN
School Nurse

Tami Walrabenstein
Clinic Attendant

Phone: 571.598.3908
Fax: 703.365.6543


What Services Does the School Nurse Provide?

Health Services: Assesses health and development, provides nursing interventions and evaluates student’s responses to care.

Health Education: Provides health education to students, staff and parents.

Healthy Environment: Identifies health and safety concerns in the school environment.

Nutritional Services: Supports healthy food services programs.

Physical Education/Activity: Promotes health and physical education which promotes healthy behaviors.


School Health Nurse Biography

Brenda Miller-Dorick is the school nurse at Osbourn Park High School. I was awarded a bachelor's degree in nursing from Ohio University and a master's degree in health/nursing administration from George Mason University.  I have been a registered nurse for over 30 years and I have enjoyed being a nurse.  Nursing has always been an exciting career for me, it has offered me many unique opportunities and I have met some wonderful people along the way.  I have been involved in many aspects of nursing: neurosurgery/orthopedics, trauma ICU, cardiovascular/open heart, management, quality improvement, health outcomes analysis, teaching, health legislative issues and now school health. This is my 4th year as a school health nurse; all within PWCS. Needless to say I LOVE being a nurse! I enjoy the educational setting and mentoring students and I strive to assist students who come to the clinic in any way possible. I work closely with school administration, counselors, social workers, psychologists, and teachers in order to facilitate the best learning environment possible for each and every student. My goal in school health is to help students work towards graduation while living a healthy, happy, and active life.


Attention! Parents of 9th and 10th Graders!

Please review PWCS Regulation 756-1 - Physical Screenings and Testings.

Please complete the required forms and return them to the clinic.

Forms need to be completed each year for any health assistance your child may need to include prescription or Over-The-Counter  medication or specific health condition Health Treatment Plans


All Medications - Prescription or Over the Counter

All students and parents are reminded of the following:

  • School personnel cannot administer any medication until a form, signed by the parent is on file in the clinic.
  • All medications, prescriptions and/or over-the-counter (i.e. Tylenol, Advil, etc.) must be in the original sealed container and kept in the clinic. It should be in small amounts as storage space is limited.
  • Prescription medication: Must have physician's  signature on the medication form before administration.
  • Students may keep in their possession certain medications, as warranted with a Health Treatment Plan on file signed by the physician (Inhalers & Epi-Pens).
  • Under no other circumstances will students be permitted to carry medication without appropriate documentation.

Helpful Links:

Tipping the Scales for Better Health

Prince William County Health Department

Prince William County School Health

Center for Diesease Control and Prevention


What to do if you get the flu:

  • Rest at home
  • Limit contact with others
  • Drink Plenty of fluids
  • Cover coughs and sneezes
  • Wash hands often with soap and water especially after coughs and sneezes
  • Alcohol-based hand sanitizers can be used

Protect yourself and prevent the spread of the flu.

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