Southern Indiana school districts testing digital doctor visits for sick kids

by | Nov 16, 2016 | Customer Success, School-Based Clinics

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Southern Indiana school districts testing digital doctor visits for sick kids

Crothersville Community Schools, the Scott County School District and Southwestern Jefferson County Schools Consolidated are the first southern Indiana school districts offering sick students a digital doctors visit. Thanks to the combined efforts of the Indiana Rural Health Association and the schools, student will soon have access to better healthcare – and they won’t have to go farther than the school nurse’s office. 

See the news coverage on WDRB.com

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