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Link To Original Article at Wellsville Daily Reporter BELMONT — Beginning this fall, Mobile Telemed of Buffalo will provide students, faculty, and staff medical and mental health services at Genesee Valley Central School. The partnership is part of the District’s Full Service Community Schools initiative that includes school-based health services that aren’t available or easily […]READ MORE
On August 19th, we hosted our 1st Annual Golf Tournament to benefit the CERN Foundation for ependymoma and pediatric brain cancer research. Thank you for everyone who contributed to the success of the tournament whether it was through a sponsorship, foursome, donation, or volunteering. We could not have done it without all of your support. We […]READ MORE
Link To Original Article At The Olean Times Herald BELMONT — Beginning this fall, Mobile Telemed of Buffalo will provide students, faculty and staff AT at Genesee Valley Central School medical and mental health services. The partnership is part of the District’s Full Service Community Schools initiative that includes school-based health services that aren’t available […]READ MORE
Link To Original Article By: Kelsey Anderson A major advance in technology, in the school nurses office, is coming to the Frontier School District. Students at the middle school will soon be able to get treated through telemedicine. School leaders gave News 4 a first-hand look at how the technology works. They demonstrated it for […]READ MORE
Link To Original Article By: Josh Bazan At Frontier Middle School in Hamburg, 13 percent of students fall into a category called “chronically absent”. Basically, around 150 students miss at least 18 days every school year. That, as well as a hope to connect students and families with quick, easy access to healthcare, is prompting […]READ MORE