As rural areas struggle with access to healthcare, Chattahoochee County Schools implemented ESE Telehealth’s innovative technology across all its schools to provide students and school staff with quality patient care, promoting increased attendance and improved learning outcomes.
ESE Telehealth’s platform facilitates virtual visits with medical professionals, in real-time, without students or staff having to leave school. This reduces time away from class for students and time away from work for parents.
“There are many challenges associated with student healthcare and wellness here in Chattahoochee County, “ said Kristie Brooks, Superintendent. “ESE Telehealth’s turn-key platform has allowed us to facilitate student care quickly and conveniently, in a way that benefits the entire community.”
ESE Telehealth has supplied Chattahoochee County with a state-of-the-art digital medical equipment unit, provided training for school nursing staff and will provide ongoing tech support as needed. A student or staff member who visits the school nurse can be seen in as little as 15 minutes remotely by one of ESE Telehealth’s nurse practitioners. Parents can participate in the digital consultation via smartphone, from home or work. School staff has unlimited telehealth access; digital health records follow the child.
Learn more about ESE Telehealth and how to get your school online here: https://esetelehealth.com/telehealth-for-schools/
About ESE Telehealth
ESE Telehealth offers schools a true turn-key telehealth platform, allowing schools to implement a safe and secure telemedicine program without administrative burden. This opportunity allows school systems to provide students and staff with quality patient care, promoting increased attendance and improved learning outcomes. Since the pandemic, the telehealth service has added a no-touch thermometer station that can be placed at the school door. Visit esetelehealth.com for more information.