We are honored and excited to introduce our new School health administrator Sara Alfahmi.With the combination of her education, personal abilities and skills, she will be able to help each and every student reach their full potential, Insha'Allah.
Sr. Sara graduated from Arizona State University (ASU) in December 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition (Dietetics), and Certificate in Child Nutrition. As nutrition major graduate, she have learned a lot about healthy lifestyles and willing to contribute, learn and develop her knowledge in health.
Her current work as a recent graduate includes working as a Diet Representative at Honor Health hospital. As a Diet Representative: she provides nutrition care services to hospital patients, menu preparation, printing and correction. Also, maintaining an electronic patient nutrition record in Food Service system that prepares food production tallies/reports and perform telephonic patient interviews for menu selection.
Sr. Sara is interested in naturopathic medicine, research, culture, and volunteering and planning to pursue her Master’s degree in Public Health (MPH) in the next couple of years along with Naturopathic Medical Degree (ND).
At Arizona Cultural Academy, Sr. Sara will provide first aid and emergency care to students, school staff, and visitors following the regulations and procedures. She will also identify and documents students with health problems and refers students to appropriate resources as necessary. Finally, she will contribute to the development of health care plans and the implementation of plan.
Role of the School Health Administrator:
Facilitates normal development and positive student response and interventions
Provides leadership in promoting health and safety, including a healthy environment
Provides quality health care and intervene with actual and potential health problems
Uses clinical judgment in providing case management services
Actively collaborates with others to build student and family capacity for adaptation, self management, self advocacy and learning