Fork Union Military Academy's Infirmary works to meet cadets’ health-related needs. The infirmary has a Registered Nurse available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, whenever cadets are on campus. The nurse on duty distributes prescribed medications, assesses, and treats cadet illnesses and injuries, and maintains close contact with the athletic training staff and an Academy physician. Whenever necessary, the physician and nursing staff make referrals to specialists, and the Academy staff provides transportation to nearby hospitals.
The infirmary staff communicates closely with cadets’ guardians regarding health issues and ensures cadet immunizations and vaccinations are up-to-date.
Automated Electronic Defibrillators (AEDs) are available in nine central locations on campus. All infirmary staff, athletic training staff, and various department heads and faculty have been trained for their use.
Jacobson Hall - Front Entrance immediately to the right of the door.
Hatcher Hall - Front Entrance, top of the stairs on the way down to the classrooms.
Infirmary - Nurses Station
Dining Hall - Next to Larry McIlnay’s office
Estes Athletic Center - Front Entrance, located on the wall immediately as you walk in the door
Estes - Pool
Training Room - In Kyle Lewis' office, or on the fields with trainer
Wicker - Teacher’s Lounge (on the table)