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About Nurse Johnson

I was born and raised in Arizona, and graduated from Phoenix Christian High School. I have been a nurse since 2009, and most of my career was as a pediatric and NICU nurse at Phoenix Children's Hospital. I also have experience at Hospice of the Valley and am very excited to now be part of the NCS team. Taking care of kids has always been a passion of mine, and building relationships and using my job as a ministry is something that is very special to me. I am married with 3 beautiful kids and our family attends Desert Breeze Community Church. My husband, Drew Johnson, graduated from NCS and has been coaching crusader basketball since 2004. We love NCS and are so grateful to be part of the community. My office is always open during school hours, so please feel free to stop in or contact me by email with any questions or call the health office at 602-978-5134, ext 523.

Sincerely, Anna Johnson, RN

About Nurse Jacobsen

I was born in Anaheim, California and moved to Arizona in 1996.  During high school I was on the cheer team and one day after practice a friend overheard my mom call me “Teeny” which was her nickname for me.  From that day forward I was no longer Christine but Teeny to all who knew me.  I graduated from Sunrise Mountain High School where I met my high school sweetheart who later became my amazing husband.  We were married in 2005 and have 4 beautiful children.  All my life I dreamed of becoming a nurse and in 2004 I graduated from ASU with my BSN.  The majority of my nursing career has been in the acute care setting where I worked on a Medical/Surgical unit and specialized in Oncology and Urology.  I am beyond thrilled to be a part of the Northwest community and cherish the opportunity to pour my heart and love for Jesus into your children.  I am on campus M/W/F 11-3, and T/TH 8-3.

Sincerely, Teeny Jacobsen, RN, BSN

Notification Process for Head and Neck Injuries

If you receive an email from the health office that is in regards to a 'head bump', please do not be alarmed. The health office sends emails for any minor or major head bumps. If a student has symptoms that need additional contact to the primary parent listed, then a phone call will be made as well as a 'head bump' email sent. For new families, you will receive an additional email with a password that you will need to keep while your child is at NCS. You need the password in order to open the encrypted email. For returning families, if you need your password resent, please contact the health office. If you have any questions or need clarification, please email me or call 602-978-5134.

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