Student Health

Welcome to the Loyola High School Student Health webpage. Most information and questions about Loyola’s Student Health program can be located in this section. However should you have any problems feel free to contact me, Tim Moscicki at tmoscicki@loyolahs.edu and I will be able to help you.

All student health notices are handled through the Student Health Office which works directly with the Dean of Men. Please note: school attendance must be reported to the Attendance Office as explained in the Parent/Student Handbook.

The Student Health Office was developed to:

  • Keep all students’ health information centralized in one location.
    The Director of Student Health will assist in communication between students, parents, administrators, teachers, counselors and coaches in matters pertaining to a student’s physical health.
  • The Director of Student Health will notify administrators, teachers, counselors and coaches as needed when a student needs academic adjustments due to injury or illness.

Over the past few years Loyola has recognized the need to restructure the student health program in order to provide the most up to date and groundbreaking care for students. Some of the changes at Loyola in regards to student health include:

  • Mandatory yearly physicals for all students. Detailed information can be found under the “Physicals” section
  • Mandatory concussion baselines for all students. Detailed information can be found under the “Concussions” section
  • Immunization verification. Detailed information can be found under the “Immunization” section
  • Other Topics that you might have questions about can be found below by clicking the links:

ALL students at Loyola High School are required to complete an annual physical exam.

There are several ways that you can complete this process:

  1. Schedule an appointment with your primary doctor. Please download the physical form located below.
  2. Children Hospital Los Angeles(CHLA) is providing physicals at Loyola on July 2 from 12:00-4:00. The cost for this service is $75.00. If you are interested in this please click here for further information and scheduling an appointment.
  3. There are numerous Urgent Care Clinics located throughout Los Angeles that provides physicals.
Click here to download the physical form.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION AND DUE DATES
Incoming freshmen and/or new students

  • If your son is planning on participating in the summer weight training program, and/or a Loyola Athletic Team. Physicals are required before the first class meeting or practice.*
  • * If you are scheduling a physical through the CHLA date at Loyola there will be a grace period to complete this process. This is only for students scheduling an appointment on July 2 with CHLA.

Returning Students

  • If your son is planning on playing a Fall Sport – Football, Water Polo, Cross Country – Physicals are due by August 1, 2018.
  • All other students physicals are due the first day of school August 28, 2018.

We understand that insurances only allow for one physical per year that is why we suggest scheduling a physical now during the summer months. If you should have any questions please contact me at tmoscicki@loyolahs.edu.

TURNING IN COMPLETED PHYSICAL FORMS
Once you complete the physical, PLEASE make sure Doctor’s Office Stamp is on form, you can turn in the form several ways. Please make a copy of the completed form for your own records. Below are the various ways to turn in completed form.

  1. Mail to:
    Loyola High School
    ATTN: Tim Moscicki ATC
    1901 Venice Blvd.
    Los Angeles, CA 90006
  2. Form can be dropped off at Loyola’s main office.
  3. Email forms to tmoscicki@loyolahs.edu or studenthealthadmin@loyolahs.edu.
  4. Submit form through our student health website, www.swol123.net. Under the “FORMS” tab you can select “ADD” and upload form. Instructions on how to log in to www.swol123.net are found here.
  5. Once Loyola receives the completed physical form (PPE) you will receive a confirmation email. If you do not receive a confirmation email within 24 hours, please contact the student health office at studenthealthadmin@loyolahs.edu.

    PLEASE DO NOT HAVE DOCTOR’S OFFICE MAIL IT.
CONCUSSION BASELINES

All students are required to complete a annual concussion baseline at Loyola High School. The baselines have to be performed at Loyola. There is no charge for baselines.

INCOMING FRESHMEN, TRANSFERS AND JUNIORS

You will need to complete all baselines. Please allow 30-45 minutes to complete the baselines.

RETURNING SOPHOMORES AND SENIORS

You only needs to complete some of the baselines. Please allow 10-15 minutes for the baselines.

All baselines need to be completed by August 24, 2017. Please click the link here to schedule your appointment.

Once your son has completed the baselines you will receive an email confirming the completion of the concussion baselines. If you do not receive a confirmation email within 24 hours after his appointment please contact the student health office at studenthealthadmin@loyolahs.edu.

If you have any questions please contact Mr. Tim Moscicki at tmoscicki@loyolahs.edu or studenthealthadmin@loyolahs.edu.

California State Law mandates that all students attending high school MUST show proof of immunization. Your previous school should have a copy of your completed immunization. Loyola High School has already asked for those documents to be sent with your final transcripts. However, it is still your responsibility to make sure we receive your up to date immunization form. You will not be allowed to attend school until will receive your immunization form.

Forms can be submitted the following ways.

  1. Mail to:
    Loyola High School
    ATTN: Tim Moscicki ATC
    1901 Venice Blvd.
    Los Angeles, CA 90006
  2. Form can be dropped off at Loyola’s main office.
  3. Email forms to tmoscicki@loyolahs.edu or studenthealthadmin@loyolahs.edu.
  4. Submit form through our student health website, www.swol123.net. Under the “FORMS” tab you can select “ADD” and upload form. Instructions on how to log in to www.swol123.net are found here.

Once Loyola receives your immunization form, you will receive a confirmation email.

Immunization forms will be returned to you at the conclusion of your time at Loyola.

Online Instructions for Sportsware
  1. All Loyola students are required to complete several authorization forms, update demographic information and health history. These forms can be completed online and signed electronically.
  2. Some forms are for ALL students, while others are for students planning to participate in athletics.
  3. All forms are identified in parenthesis as to who needs to complete them.
  4. To expedite this process, Loyola High School uses an online data entry system called SportsWare. This system is secure and HIPAA compliant (health information protection act). Please refer to the instructions below to complete this process.
  5. Please note there are several options for signing into Sportsware. Please read and follow instructions below that apply to you.
  6. If you should have any questions or problems, please contact Mr. Tim Moscicki at tmoscicki@loyolahs.edu.

    Incoming and Transfer Students
    Returning students
    Joining Sportsware Online

Why does my son need a physical if he is not playing a sport?
Loyola developed a school policy several years ago that ALL students receive an annual physical. This was due in part because of the numerous events and classes that could involve physical activity. A Loyola’s student’s health is one of our highest concerns.

Do I need to have my son’s physical performed at Loyola?
NO, you can have a physical completed anywhere as long as it is done by licensed medical provider and has the office stamp of the MD that provided the service.

Why does my son need a concussion baseline even though he is not playing a sport?
Concussions can happen at any time. From car accidents, skateboarding, PE classes etc. Loyola wants to ensure that all students have the same opportunity to recover from a concussion academically as well as physically. Loyola has a Return to Learn policy in place that allows all students to return to the classroom in manner that benefits not just athletes.

What is the purpose of a concussion baseline?
Concussion baselines are an objective tools that are used in the medical profession to help evaluate if a student is improving from a concussion.

Do concussion baselines have to be completed at Loyola?
YES, all baselines need to be completed through Loyola High School. There is no additional charge for this service.

My son is not eligible for a physical until his birthday or during the school year due to insurance regulations. What can I do?
There are several options.
• Call your primary care doctor, schedule appointment and pay cash.
• Go to a CVS Minute Clinic or an Urgent Care and have a physical performed there.
• For future physicals schedule them during the summer months so that they will be completed before the beginning of each school year.

Do I need to use the Loyola Preparticipation Physical Evaluation (PPE) Form?
We would prefer that you use the Loyola PPE Form.

Student Health

Tim Moscicki
Director of Student Health
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tmoscicki@loyolahs.edu

Joe Cardenas
Assistant Athletic Trainer
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jcardenas@loyolahs.edu