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Hazel Health at Home

Doctor Visits at Home
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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, school campuses are closed to students until further notice. During this time, Robla School District is pleased to offer all students free, virtual, on-demand doctor visits through Hazel Health. Through Hazel Health's telemedicine program, families connect with Hazel's medical staff through text messaging, by phone, and/or video so students can access care wherever they are learning.
Hazel's Scope of Services Include:
  • Urgent care visits
  • Health screenings
  • Patient/family education
  • Follow-up care & consultation
  • Coordination with family physician
  • Provider ordered over-the-counter medication and/or prescriptions
  • Referrals to health care professionals, school and community resources
A signed consent form is required to access this service. You can download the forms below. Or you can sign the form and/or start your doctor visit at the following link:
Hazel Classroom
How Hazel Works
How Hazel Works
With parent/guardian consent, students can participate in Hazel’s healthcare program.

When a student is sick, parents can initiate a doctor visit by visiting 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.
Is there a cost?
Hazel Health accepts most major insurance. Students covered by Medi-Cal plans pay $0 copay for Hazel doctor visits. Other insurance plans may have a copay or fees associated with a Hazel doctor visit. Contact your insurance company or Hazel customer service to verify. Financial assistance is available to students without health insurance, ensuring all students have access to Hazel services.
Questions? You may contact your school site, got to or call (916) 621-6211.