Ms. Darcy Ravndal is currently the primary clinician at the Edgewater High School Student Health Center. She began her
career as a science teacher in Tampa and was involved in many community health initiatives as she completed her Master’s degree in Public Health from the University of South Florida. While serving as the Director of Education and Training at the
USF Center for Biological Defense, she was part of the team that developed protocols for sample collection of suspected agents of
biological terrorism for first responders. Ms. Ravndal was an instructor for the State and Local Anti-Terrorism Task Force and
chaired several committees with the Tampa Bay Metropolitan Medical Response System. Ms. Ravndal completed her BS and MS in nursing at Johns Hopkins University. She was selected as a fellow at the National Institute of Health, working with adolescents with schizophrenia at the National Institute of Mental Health. Ms. Ravndal is nationally accredited by the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board and is an active member of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and of the American Public Health Association.