Virtual Urgent Care

  • Did you know that Genesee Valley Central School has an Urgent Care?

    The GVCS Urgent Care is open Monday-Friday during school hours 7:40 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

    In addition to treating non-emergent medical needs such as ear infections, pink eye, allergies, skin abnormalities, and more, the GVCS Urgent Care can uniquely test students and employees for COVID-19, Influenza, Strep Throat, and Urinalysis.

    What is Telemedicine?

    Teemedicine Genesee Valley students can be quickly evaluated, diagnosed and treated by a medical provider by using telecommunications technology. Students get the care they need, when they need it, right in their own school community.

    Telemedicine does not replace a family doctor; it provides immediate access to medical services.

    How it Works

    1. Student checks in at the school health office
    2. The school nurse initiates a call with our telemedicine agency, Mobile Primary Care
    3. A medical provider joins the student and school nurse on a video call
    4. The provider evaluates the patient via bluetooth medical instruments
    5. At the conclusion of the video call, the physician can write a script, order labs and provide a treatment plan 
    6. A summary of the treatment plan is sent to the child's physician

    How to Sign Up

    In order to participate, a student or staff member must first enroll in the program.

    Mobile Telemedicine  

     

  • Examples of What Can Be Treated

    • Strep throat
    • Flu
    • Bronchitis
    • UTIs
    • Pink eye
    • Skin rashes
    • And more!

    Insurance and Billing

    All major insurance companies are accepted and will be billed accordingly through Mobile Primary Care. Patients will be responsible for co-pays and additional costs such as prescriptions.

    Questions?

    Please contact Anne Campbell, Wellness Director, with questions at acampbell@genvalley.org or 585-268-7933.