In school healthcare clinics have taken root in American schools in the past 10 years. What used to be a nurse’s office where students went to get a band-aid, Tylenol, or pepto has started taking shape as full healthcare facilities. Partnerships have sprung up between school districts and clinics. The idea has been sold to school boards to make pediatric health care more accessible especially to the most vulnerable students.
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