Our school is staffed by four full-time Registered Nurses to ensure that students and staff receive safe and timely healthcare, and to promote a healthy school environment. The school nurse’s office is located on the second floor of the Elementary School building, and our dorm nurses’ offices are located on the first floor of the MS and HS dorm buildings.
Phone: +82 (0)64 741 0528
Fax: +82 (0)64 741 0529
24h Suicide Prevention Hotline
064 1577 0199 (from a mobile phone)
24h Youth Counseling Service
064 1388 (from a mobile phone)
24h Sexual Abuse or Domestic Violence for Women
064 1366 (from a mobile phone)
Providing counseling, medical check-ups, legal advice and investigation for victims of sexual abuse, school violence or domestic violence
064 749 5117
Halla Hospital in Jeju, 2nd Floor
Therapists and Health Centers
Lee Soo Jung, Family Therapist
Certified counseling psychologist, sand play therapist
Yongsei Gongam Counseling Center, Jeju City
064 747 1160
EunHye Jung, Therapist
010 2764 7730
Dr. Kwak Young Sook,
Pediatric Psychiatric Specialist
Jeju National University Hospital
064 717 1850
Koh Hyejung, JNUH Counselor
Cognitive Behavior Therapy Program
Foreigner Appointment System: 064 717 1652 (English)
Dr. Curie Park, Mind Care Institute
070 8888 8277
010 8263 8277
Dr. Chad Ebesutani,
Dr. Suzanne Park,
Yonsei Center for Psychological Health
02 393 9432
010 2248 9432
320 Daechi First, 507-2 Deachi-Dong, Gangnam-Gu, Seoul
02 555 1520
Personal Counseling for Expatriates
02 749 7915
Songbook Speech-Language Development Center
Gyeunghee Speech-Language Development Center
Barunsori Speech-Language Therapy Center
064 797 7575 Seogwipo-si, Teapyung-ro 414
070 4235 7942
Jeju-si, Ijudong-ro 250
064 748 4877
Jeju-si Sapyung 4gil 19
064 713 4877 Jeju-si
Vaccinations Before Coming to South Korea
There are no mandatory vaccinations for entering South Korea, since most people have already received basic childhood vaccinations. If faculty would like to receive optional vaccinations as a precaution, they can ask their healthcare provider for boosters such as Japanese encephalitis, tetanus, Hepatitis A, B (if they do not have antibodies) etc.
Medication Administration at School
Students may not self-medicate while at school. Administration of any medication to any student, whether medication be over-the-counter or prescription, requires written permission from a student’s parent/guardian. Medication will be administered only under the following conditions:
1. The parent/guardian must provide a written statement from the physician regarding any prescription medication to be administered. The physician’s written statement must include prescribed dosage and times.
2. The parent/guardian must provide Medication Authorization Form as to the amount and type of medication(prescription or nonprescription) that should be administered.
3. Only the school nurse or another person designated by the nurse is permitted to administer medication.
If a student shows signs of a communicable disease at home or in school, s/he needs to see a doctor immediately. S/he will then be isolated from other students by staying home or being hospitalized, depending on the diagnosis. Communicable diseases include the following symptoms: High temperature of or above 37.8℃; severe vomiting, diarrhea, coughing and yellowish tint to the skin or eyes (jaundice; irritation of eyelid, unusual spots or rashes, etc.
Please report all communicable diseases to the School Nurse immediately. Communicable diseases include: Varicella (chickenpox), until scabs are crusted over; Impetigo; Scarlet Fever; Conjunctivitis (pink eye); Flu; Measles; Mumps; Scabies; Head Lice, until nit free; Ringworm; and Roseola.Please also refer to our School and Dorm Life Guide for additional Health Services information.