Medical Room

Early Years Medical Room
Monday – Friday
08:30 – 15:30

Main Campus Medical Room
Monday – Friday
08:15 – 15:15

To ensure the safety of your child we have a set of procedures in place that must be adhered to should your child require us to administer medication during the school day.

If your child requires regular medication, the school requires you to provide authorisation to dispense the medicines.  You must complete the Prescribed Medicines Form online or visit the medical room to complete it with the Health and First Aid Coordinator.

Medications must be handed to the Health and First Aid Coordinator by a responsible adult (parent or helper).  No medications will be accepted from students.

Remaining medication will not be sent home with a student – a parent or carer will need to collect it from our medical room.

Prescribed Medicines Form
For administration of prescribed medicines at School.

Form Link

DBIS requires parents to provide the date of their child’s last tetatus immunisation.

Please bring our records up-to-date if your child has had a recent booster using the online DBIS Student Medical Information Form.

The Hong Kong Department of Health visits the school annually and immunises Year 1 and Year 6 students free of charge for the following immunisations:

Year 1:MMRV Vaccine (Measles, Mumps, Rubella & Varicella) – Second Dose
DTaP-IPV Vaccine – Booster Dose
Year 6:dTap-IPV Vaccine – Booster Dose
HK Childhood Immunisation Programme
Information about the Immunisation Programme provided by the Department of Health.

Website Link
HK Student Immunisation Recommendations
For all students, newly arrived in Hong Kong.

PDF Link
HK Student Immunisation Recommendations
For Year 2 to Year 6 students, who have moved to DBIS from another school.

PDF Link

Students should be kept at home if they have a forehead temperature of 37.5°C or above.

Please do not send your child back to school after an illness, until they have been fever-free and not had a bout of diarrhoea or vomiting for at least 24 hours.

During peak ‘flu season (August and January to March) this should be extended to 48 hours.

Headlice Guide
Headlice are an occasional nuisance in all schools particularly in the younger years.

PDF Link
Department of Health Guidelines
How to prevent communicable diseases.

PDF Link
DBIS Hub

DBIS Hub