Your students are scared. What if they get sick?
It’s 9 pm Sunday evening, and they don’t feel well. What do they do?
The health center is closed and they don’t have a ride to an Urgent Care or ER. Even if they did, they don’t want to go to because of all the (COVID) germs there.
They call their parents. Their parents scramble but they don’t know what to do. They offer to drive to the school and pick them up, but the student doesn’t want them to do that.
What does the student do? Go to class feeling sick and hope it goes away – but what if it is a serious infection? Are they going to spread it to the rest of the school?
What is peace of mind worth for your students, their parents, and the administration?
Students can talk to a doctor via a simple ‘Face-Time’ type app on the phone within 15 minutes, and the doctor can eScript a prescription right to a local pharmacy when necessary. All safe, secure, and germ-free from the comfort of their own room!
Our doctors are all US Board Certified doctors with an average of 15 years experience.
Our doctors can also email a doctor’s note without the patient ever leaving their room and then the student can forward that note on to all their instructors.
The reality is that if it is tough for a student to take time off from class, or if it’s too much of a hassle, then they just won’t go and get checked out.
THAT MEANS THEY COULD BE SPREADING INFECTION ALL OVER CAMPUS.
But with our 24/7 Telemedicine, the student can now stay in their room and not worry about how to get to a doctor’s office or not.
No matter the time or day, our doctors are engaged with the student within 12 minutes.
We resolve 94% of all patient inquiries with 97% patient satisfaction. (We are a lot less expensive than equipping a health center and most students only have acute medical needs that can be addressed by TeleMedicine.)
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It is simple, easy and very affordable (student size dependent pricing – prices begin as low as $36 for a whole year of unlimited coverage with no copay!).
Call 800-595-4077 (ask for Matthew Mann) to discuss getting your students the care they need and deserve.