Mississippi School-based Telehealth is here for students all summer and is free for students enrolled in Mississippi public schools. Even if your child isn’t in class, he or she can still be seen by a UMMC provider using a smartphone, tablet or computer.
Minor medical care is available seven days a week from 6 am – 6 pm
Talk with a UMMC provider for issues including asthma and allergies, colds, flu, sore throat, headaches, fever, skin irritations, head lice, pink eye, rashes and other minor illnesses.
Behavioral health care is available Monday through Friday from 8 am – 6 pm
Our team of nurse practitioners, counselors and therapists offer behavioral health care via telehealth. Students can receive evaluation, therapy and medication management for acute and chronic behavioral health conditions including anxiety, depression and behavioral difficulties. When appropriate, students may also receive access to self-guided, app-based programs through Silvercloud.
Frequently Asked Questions
MyChart lets you manage your health care online.
You don’t need a MyChart account for a summer telehealth visit, but with MyChart and proxy access you can view your student’s after-visit summary and make appointments online.
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Mississippi School-based Telehealth is a partnership with the Mississippi Department of Education and the University of Mississippi Medical Center.