Faith-based institutions and telehealth
What we’re hearing:
Through countless conversations with faith-based institutions, we’ve heard the same recurring challenges regarding student healthcare rise to the surface.
Contact us to learn more about what schools like yours are facing and how telehealth can help.
Parents and students want a nurturing environment that offers a holistic approach to keeping students safe and healthy.
The demand for mental health care has never been greater, and students need and want access to care without wait times.
The whole world is digital to Gen Z students, and they need digital solutions that meet their needs quickly and efficiently.
How telehealth solves student healthcare challenges:
A total well-being approach
With compassionate, expert providers who listen, assess, and care for student needs, telehealth provides total well-being care when on-campus resources aren’t available or are overwhelmed.
On-demand access to care
Telehealth enables students to have 24/7 access to a diverse team of experts, from doctors and nurse practitioners to mental health specialists and health coaches.
Virtual care for digital natives
Meet this generation’s needs by providing access to quality healthcare that’s on their terms – care that is immediate, comfortable, and familiar for today’s digital-native student.
Hear what we've learned about faith-based institutions
Our team of faith-based institution experts is ready to talk with you about the challenges you’re facing, how telehealth programs have performed at schools like yours, best practices for telehealth integration, and mental health data from our latest student survey. Complete the form to get the conversation started.
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