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Hazel partners with schools to keep students healthy wherever they are.
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Our approach to care
Hazel works with school nurses to bring high-quality pediatric care to every child.
Expert care team
Hazel’s team of pediatric experts provide all children with high-quality healthcare through school.
Available to all
Schools and Hazel work together to ensure every student has on-demand access to quality healthcare, regardless of financial or immigration status.
Made for schools
Following FERPA, HIPAA, and district health policies, Hazel partners closely with K-12 schools to serve students successfully.
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Meet our care team
We are a team of pediatric experts driven by the belief that every child deserves high-quality, supportive care.
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In-school healthcare for over
one million students and counting
We partner with leading education organizations to provide telehealth care to students, so they stay healthy and learning.
Many students miss school for simple health concerns. Hazel is dedicated to improving healthcare access and equity, so every student has the foundation to succeed.
Hazel in action
A parent contacts a Hazel doctor from home during the pandemic.
Hazel helps a school nurse communicate with families in her school.
A mother contacts Hazel from home to manage her daughter’s headaches.
Working with Hazel means that most students can return to class shortly after a visit.
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Parents: Let us know you are interested in Hazel for your school
We will reach out to your school district to let them know that parents at their school are interested in Hazel Health services.
Learn how Hazel can improve access to care for K-12 students
A member of our team will be in touch to talk about how we partner with schools and school nurses to expand access to health services - whether students are learning in school or at home.
COVID-19: Learn how Hazel can improve access to care for K-12 students
Hazel services are offered with $0 patient responsibility for all students through the 2020-21 school year for at-home or in-school doctor visits, due to these unprecedented times. Get in touch with us to learn more.
A father was concerned when his son was showing COVID-19 symptoms. His school uses Hazel, so he was able to contact a Hazel doctor from home.
The Hazel provider recommended he get a COVID-19 test and shared resources to help find a testing center in their area. The father was eager to help his son feel better and appreciated being able to quickly get answers and advice.
A student came into the nurse's office with a sprained ankle. After icing her foot, she still was in pain, so the nurse called Hazel. Thankfully, her family had provided consent for over-the-counter pain relief because she was able to take some medicine and return to class feeling better.
After the visit, the Hazel provider reached out to the school nurse to check on the student’s injury. The nurse shared that the student’s ankle was improving, and she appreciated the follow-up.
A mother noticed her son was getting low on his asthma medication. She tried to schedule a visit with his doctor to refill his prescription, but no appointments were available. She didn’t want her son to run out of medicine, so she reached out to Hazel.
The provider was able to send the refill to a local pharmacy within one day. The mother was happy that her son would have the medicine he needed. She was also amazed at how easy and fast the entire process was.
A student was coughing and sneezing a lot, but her family wasn’t sure if she was sick or had allergies. Thankfully, her school used Hazel, and they could get an answer.
After talking with the school nurse and the Hazel provider about her symptoms and medical history, the student was happy to find out it was likely allergies. She got some medicine and returned to class feeling better.