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‘Robo-Doc’ will see you now

Telehealth pilot program coming to some Calaveras County schools

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Bret Harte High School is one of four schools in Calaveras County to be pilot campuses in the new “Robo-Doc” telehealth program being created by the Mark Twain Health Care District.

A new telehealth program spearheaded by the Mark Twain Health Care District (MTHCD) aims to streamline student health care by making visits to the school nurse easier and more affordable for Calaveras County families.

Aptly named “Robo-Doc,” the program will facilitate on-campus, virtual doctor’s visits involving the student, the school nurse and the student’s guardian, avoiding unnecessary pickups from school and costly visits to a clinic for minor health complaints.


Dakota is a Bret Harte High School alumna and attended Davidson College, where she earned a bachelor's degree in Arab studies. After spending time studying in the Middle East and Europe, she is happy to be home, writing about the community she loves.

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