COVID vaccines available for GISD students and community
The Food and Drug Administration recently approved the Pfizer vaccine for use in children ages 12 and older. See our list of COVID-19 vaccination clinics for opportunities to get a vaccine or join us for the Garland Health Dept. vaccine clinics:
Hazel Health online medicine
Families have virtual access to free non-emergency medical care. Hazel health can help with common health concerns like cold and flu, headaches, stomach aches and asthma. Service hours will be Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
Sign up via the parent portal at my.hazel.co/patient/signup. For information about Hazel Health, access instructions or call Hazel Health at (972) 299-3227. See below for instructions on how to sign up:
- E-Consent Guide- English
- E-Consent Guide Video- English
- E-Consent Guide- Spanish
- E-Consent Guide Video- Spanish
Weekly blog & Ask a Doctor webinar series
Our partner Hazel Health shares useful health tips for families in their Healthy Habits series. This week's blog topic:
You can learn more about this week's topic, or ask one of the Hazel Health providers a question, during the upcoming Ask a Doctor webinar.
Remember, families can sign up for Hazel or contact a doctor for students at my.hazel.co/Garland.