How Hazel Works
With parent/guardian consent, students can participate in Hazel’s healthcare program.
When a student is sick, they’ll visit the on-site Hazel clinic. Using cutting-edge video technology, they’ll talk to a licensed healthcare provider.
Care is provided and may include over-the-counter medications given at school and/or prescriptions called in to a local pharmacy.
Parents/guardians are contacted to explain the visit, medications, diagnosis and recommendations for further care.
No insurance, no co-pay, no cost
Robla and Hazel have a shared goal: To ensure every student has access to quality healthcare, regardless of their financial, insurance or immigration status. Why? Because healthy students learn better. Hazel connects students to healthcare providers with the touch of a button on an iPad. Students get quality care, without leaving school. Parents don’t miss work, and no need for a bus ride to the doctor’s office (or the ER).
- Urgent care
- Health screenings
- Patient education
- Provider ordered over-the-counter medication and/or prescriptions
- Referrals to health care professionals, school and community resources