WALLA WALLA – The Walla Walla Public Schools Health Center has expanded for students in grades 6-12. It is now offering free medical health care visits virtually. Students can schedule appointments via their Chromebooks.
The virtual appointments are for non-emergency situations. WWPS said those can include headaches, eye problems, skin problems, stomach ailments, breathing issues, difficulties sleeping, joint or muscular pain, anxiety, cold symptoms, a cough or sore throat, or reproductive health issues.
The students or their parents can contact The Health Center at email@example.com to schedule a virtual appointment. Parent permission is required for those younger than 17. A form will be provided prior to the visit.
Appointments are available Monday through Friday. Staff will help with referrals if additional care is needed. In-person visits are also available for vaccines and physicals.