Warren, OH – (April 12, 2021) Trumbull Career & Technical Center (TCTC) is pleased to announce a partnership with QUICKmed to open an on-campus health and wellness clinic at TCTC. Beginning this month, TCTC students can be referred to the clinic by school nurses for basic care at no cost to families or students through the use of funds from the Ohio Department of Education’s Student Wellness and Success Funds.
Although wellness and sick care through the health and wellness clinic will be at no charge to the student, outside testing and some care may require the family’s insurance to be billed. Parents/guardians will receive notification before the clinic proceeds with such services for consent to provide such care and authorization to bill insurance.
Similarly, the QUICKmed health and wellness clinic is available to all staff beginning this month.
“We are thrilled to open an on-campus clinic for our students, and we feel this is a meaningful way to leverage the state’s funds,” said TCTC program supervisor/interim director Paula Baco. “The clinic will play a key role in supporting the health care needs of our students, keeping them in school to be evaluated, and to improve their overall wellbeing.”
The Trumbull Career & Technical Center’s QUICKmed provider is Jeff Branham, CNP, and QUICKmed’s hours are from 7:30-3:30 pm.
“I’m so excited about this partnership and to support the TCTC community,” said QUICKmed provider Jeff Branham, CNP. “I look forward to working more closely with the school’s dedicated nurses and to providing services to students and staff should the need arise.”