Within two weeks of initial school closures, Hazel Health worked with education systems from coast to coast representing 1 million students to create a new telehealth service, Hazel at Home, to help students and families access care for everyday concerns at home. Furthermore, the company is expanding access to its services for families, waiving certain fees for schools, and providing free access to resources on its site.
Hazel is working with administrators and healthcare professionals to anticipate and meet the long-term and evolving student health needs of school districts as schools re-open.
Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Rob, is both working hard at Hazel to deliver services broadly to many students nationwide as well as working late night shifts at his local ER to help relieve the load locally in his community.
Hazel’s mission is to improve the health and well-being of children by increasing their access to great healthcare. Hazel’s tech-enabled service provides assisted telehealth solutions to K-12 students. Through the app, students can interact with and see a medical provider in a two-way video call from a mobile device at school. Students can also connect via a phone call or video at home.
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