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Walk-In Care for Schools

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Access to high quality, convenient medical care is important for families and large organizations such as school systems. King’s Daughters Walk-In Care for Schools promotes physical, mental, social and emotional health for children, families, and staff. The result is a healthier school:

  • Fewer missed school days
  • Fewer missed work days for parents
  • Faster access to appointments and care
  • Fewer emergency room visits
  • Better management of chronic diseases
  • Improved academic performance


We bring on-site well-child exams and sick visits along with:

  • Immunizations
  • Labs (flu, blood sugar, strep)
  • TB skin test (SRNA program)
  • Health education and health fairs
  • Referrals
  • Telemedicine video visits. Care is delivered in the school through a fast, secure telehealth connection.
  • Case manager. Ensures children at high risk get appropriate treatment and/or support.
  • On-site only as requested. We can assist students who may be chronically ill, frequent ER utilizers, or suicidal/depressed.
  • Substance/tobacco abusers
  • Social worker can make referrals for assistance; substance abuse; housing, food and medication assistance; or mental health.
  • ​We will attempt to call parents or guardians before we treat a child
  • Call-in prescriptions to your pharmacy


On-site exams and sick visits along with:

  • Immunizations
  • Labs (flu, blood sugar, strep)
  • Health education and health fairs
  • Referrals
  • Occupational Medicine. Care for and follow up for workplace injuries or referral to King’s Daughters Occupational Medicine services.
  • Educational programs. Our professional clinical staff can bring on-site education opportunities for disease management of numerous chronic conditions.
  • Telemedicine video visits
  • Pharmacy delivery. Whether it’s a script following a telemedicine visit or a prescription refill, we will deliver straight to you with little wait.
  • Call-in prescriptions to your pharmacy


  • Collaborate with school districts to reduce or prevent spread of infections
  • Recommended vaccinations (Hepatitis A, HPV, meningococcal)
  • Determine how long to keep children away from school during acute illness
  • Monitor and address disease/infection trends


Each school system has its own dedicated phone number to contact our team, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

  • Ashland Independent Schools, (606) 408-8921
  • Ashland Day Treatment Center, (606) 408-8924
  • Boyd County Schools, (606) 408-8920
  • Carter County Schools, (606) 475-5500
  • Fairview Independent Schools, (606) 408-8922
  • Rose Hill Christian School, (606) 408-8923