School Based Health Clinic In Murray Co.

School Based Health Clinic In Murray Co.

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Bandaid

Dalton, GA

#1 Feb 14, 2013
What do you think about a school based health clinic here in Murray Co for the children that goes to school In Murray Co ? This could be in place for 2013 and 2014 .

Since: Aug 09

Simpsonville, SC

#2 Feb 14, 2013
I like the idea. Do I trust the school system to implement it well? Not so much.
Rookie

Clemmons, NC

#3 Feb 14, 2013
The problem is that 73% of them passed out condoms after 2 years of being open. Is this what we want our school system to do?
really

Kathleen, GA

#4 Feb 14, 2013
Bandaid wrote:
What do you think about a school based health clinic here in Murray Co for the children that goes to school In Murray Co ? This could be in place for 2013 and 2014 .
The newspaper article said that taxpayer funds would only be used to for students without insurance. I thought Obamacare required everyone to have insurance. If that is the case then everyone should have insurance. Children should be under an insurance plan either from parents or (peace care) which is supported by taxpayers. I don't think doctors should set up practice in schools.
Hmmm

Columbus, GA

#5 Feb 14, 2013
It's going to be run through a grant from Emory university. I think it sounds like a great idea. Less absences for minor things.
really

Kathleen, GA

#6 Feb 14, 2013
Hmmm wrote:
It's going to be run through a grant from Emory university. I think it sounds like a great idea. Less absences for minor things.
Steven Miracle said taxpayer money would only be used to pay for the uninsured. The majority of the uninsured will be Hispanic children of illegal immigrants. Taxpayer money should not be used for that
unknown

Dalton, GA

#7 Feb 14, 2013
really wrote:
<quoted text>Steven Miracle said taxpayer money would only be used to pay for the uninsured. The majority of the uninsured will be Hispanic children of illegal immigrants. Taxpayer money should not be used for that
When those uninsured patients to to the ER it is more expensive and we pay for that too. I would rather it be low cost!
oldtimer

Kathleen, GA

#8 Feb 14, 2013
unknown wrote:
<quoted text>When those uninsured patients to to the ER it is more expensive and we pay for that too. I would rather it be low cost!
I would rather it would be no COST!!
itsme

Dalton, GA

#9 Feb 15, 2013
oldtimer wrote:
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I would rather it would be no COST!!
Yes sir!!!
crapmakers

Lebanon, TN

#10 Feb 15, 2013
really wrote:
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The newspaper article said that taxpayer funds would only be used to for students without insurance. I thought Obamacare required everyone to have insurance. If that is the case then everyone should have insurance. Children should be under an insurance plan either from parents or (peace care) which is supported by taxpayers. I don't think doctors should set up practice in schools.
I agree this county is so full of uneducated people trying to teach children and the ideas from the top are a joke just like the new mansion that was built as a school in this small community which was already in bad shape and they went out and spent a fortune to make another family member a new job
crapmakers

Lebanon, TN

#11 Feb 15, 2013
Hmmm wrote:
It's going to be run through a grant from Emory university. I think it sounds like a great idea. Less absences for minor things.
need grants for a lot more things than this but this town is known as whoresville so I guess safety first do not want pregnant children and stew all over the county
crapmakers

Lebanon, TN

#12 Feb 15, 2013
oldtimer wrote:
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I would rather it would be no COST!!
yeah grants don't last forever how long is this for it makes me sad this county will never get any better no qualified people to get things done around here a few families in this county are in charge and nothing will ever change

Since: Aug 09

Greenville, SC

#13 Feb 15, 2013
Rookie wrote:
The problem is that 73% of them passed out condoms after 2 years of being open. Is this what we want our school system to do?
Yes, yes I do.
RESIDENT

United States

#14 Feb 15, 2013
crapmakers wrote:
<quoted text>need grants for a lot more things than this but this town is known as whoresville so I guess safety first do not want pregnant children and stew all over the county
Grants are tax payers money, so we are paying one way or the other.
Ball Ground Citizen

United States

#15 Feb 15, 2013
My question is just how neccesary is this? I'm thinking this may benifit the people doing it more so than the kids?
really

Kathleen, GA

#16 Feb 15, 2013
Exactly!

Since: Aug 09

Greenville, SC

#17 Feb 15, 2013
Ball Ground Citizen wrote:
My question is just how neccesary is this? I'm thinking this may benifit the people doing it more so than the kids?
Slightly less necessary than bullet proof windows, and blast doors. I wouldn't mind having a registered nurse on a school's payroll. It doesn't mean much to MCHS since the "hospital" is right next door, but it would mean a little more to NMHS. At least you'd have a person there that knew how to handle injuries in case one ever happened. Maybe even a person that kept products to prevent kids of suffocating because of asthma or an allergic reaction...

Small price to pay for a child's safety...
really

Kathleen, GA

#18 Feb 15, 2013
TheSmartGuy wrote:
<quoted text>Slightly less necessary than bullet proof windows, and blast doors. I wouldn't mind having a registered nurse on a school's payroll. It doesn't mean much to MCHS since the "hospital" is right next door, but it would mean a little more to NMHS. At least you'd have a person there that knew how to handle injuries in case one ever happened. Maybe even a person that kept products to prevent kids of suffocating because of asthma or an allergic reaction...

Small price to pay for a child's safety...
You mean pay someone a salary to set at each school to wait on a situation that they might dispense a allergy pill or a Tylenol. The principal should be able to do that. Maybe just give a CPR class to the teachers
RESIDENT

United States

#19 Feb 15, 2013
TheSmartGuy wrote:
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Slightly less necessary than bullet proof windows, and blast doors. I wouldn't mind having a registered nurse on a school's payroll. It doesn't mean much to MCHS since the "hospital" is right next door, but it would mean a little more to NMHS. At least you'd have a person there that knew how to handle injuries in case one ever happened. Maybe even a person that kept products to prevent kids of suffocating because of asthma or an allergic reaction...
Small price to pay for a child's safety...
I thougt the High schools had a school nurse.
RESIDENT

United States

#20 Feb 15, 2013
Sorry-thought

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