New School-Based Telehealth Program
For all students and school staff members
As parents of school-aged children, it is inevitable to receive a call from the school announcing you have a sick child to pick up. Thus, the chaos for many ensues: Taking time off work, transportation issues, finding back-up care for sibling(s) while you wait for hours at a Drs. Office or ER (exposing you and your child to other illnesses) – the list goes on and on.
Utilizing ESE Telehealth, you can eliminate many of these days by having your child accessed and treated for acute illnesses within minutes, in the school nurse’s station. You will have full access to your child’s medical records and any prescriptions will be waiting for you at the pharmacy of your choosing.
School Based Health Clinics
Tattnall County School District offers the opportunity for your child to see a physician via telemedicine for a primary care visit or follow up for medication management. They can also visit a dentist at school for routine screenings and cleanings. You can learn more by talking with your school nurse or by contacting our Rural Health Network Development Director.
Contact: Becky Anderson, Rural Health Network Development Coordinator, Tattnall County Schools, 146 W. Brazell Street, Reidsville, Georgia 30453 Phone: 912-557-4726 Fax: 912-557-3036 Email: email@example.com
Tattnall County School-Based Health Clinic Student Services include but are not limited to:
Behavioral Health Services
Telemedicine primary care
- School Based Health Clinic Enrollment Form
- Georgia Outreach Tele-Counseling Parental Consent
- Behavioral Health Parental Consent
School Health Professionals
School Based Mental Health Professional
To be hired - see application on homepage under Job Opportunities
School Nurses are located at each school and assist with student health services.
Rural Health Grant
What is telemedicine?
How can telehealth help my child?
How do I get started?
Georgia Crisis & Access Line - 1.800.715.4225