By The Charleston Chronicle
Fetter Health Care Network continues serving the community through its partnership with Charleston County School District, continually offering a variety of healthcare services, including primary health care and dental, to students and staff at Baptist Hill Middle High School.
“Our students will greatly benefit from Fetter’s additional services that focus on school-age children,” said Principal Vanessa Brown. “So many of our students have limited access to quality, affordable care, and we are so honored to be able to grant them this service as a part of the school’s vision to serve the community. Our partnership with the Fetter Health Care Network allows us to fulfill our vision.”
The Fetter Clinic at Baptist Hill started seeing patients last week. The partnership allows Fetter’s clinical providers to work alongside the school’s nursing staff, and support staff to provide basic primary care, comprehensive dental services, screenings, immunizations, and referrals to students and staff.
“These services help the future of our communities: our children,” said Aretha R. Jones Powers, CEO of Fetter Health Care Network. “We want to help them succeed by providing accessible quality healthcare.”
Fetter Health Care Network has also opened clinics at Jerry Zucker Middle School in North Charleston and Minnie Hughes Elementary School in Hollywood.
For more information about the Fetter Health Care Clinic at Baptist Hill, contact Vanessa Brown at (843) 889-2276. To learn more about Fetter Health Care Network’s school-based programs, contact the company at (843) 722-4112.
This article originally appeared in the Charleston Chronicle.