Indispensable medicine

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Indispensable medicine

At Florida Mesa, health center offers medical care to students in need
Dr. Kristen Roessler, medical director at the Florida Mesa School Based Health Center, left, watches volunteer Janet Hayward bring kindergartener Cadence Schmidt into the center after she complained of an earache. Health services provider Audrey Harwig, center, takes Cadenece by the arm to check her temperature.
A Florida Mesa Elementary School, students’ artwork adorns the walls of the health center.
Florida Mesa Elementary School’s health service provider Audrey Harwig prepares to take a student’s temperature.
Dr. Kristen Roessler, medical director at the Florida Mesa School Based Health Center, right, and Sherrod Beall, Durango School District 9-R’s director of coordinated school health services, discuss the the health program.
Florida Mesa School Based Health Center’s health service provider Audrey Harwig checks kindergartener Cadence Schmidt who came in complaining of an earache.

Indispensable medicine

Dr. Kristen Roessler, medical director at the Florida Mesa School Based Health Center, left, watches volunteer Janet Hayward bring kindergartener Cadence Schmidt into the center after she complained of an earache. Health services provider Audrey Harwig, center, takes Cadenece by the arm to check her temperature.
A Florida Mesa Elementary School, students’ artwork adorns the walls of the health center.
Florida Mesa Elementary School’s health service provider Audrey Harwig prepares to take a student’s temperature.
Dr. Kristen Roessler, medical director at the Florida Mesa School Based Health Center, right, and Sherrod Beall, Durango School District 9-R’s director of coordinated school health services, discuss the the health program.
Florida Mesa School Based Health Center’s health service provider Audrey Harwig checks kindergartener Cadence Schmidt who came in complaining of an earache.
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