KIPP charter schools to open student health clinics

Kelsey-Seybold to open clinic in Houston Center

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The KIPP services are available through a partnership with Legacy Community Health Services, a nonprofit organization. Instead of having the school system pay for the school nurse, the Chronicle reports that Legacy will bill each childas familyas Medicaid, Childrenas Health Insurance Program or private insurance plan provider. If the family does not have insurance, it will charge a $25 fee. Eventually, Mike Feinberg, KIPPas co-founder, told the Chronicle that he hopes the clinics will be open to the community. Harris Health System currently operates a few school-based clinics at the Houston Independent School District and some suburban districts, the Chronicle reports. Health care clinics are increasingly gaining popularity over doctor visits, studies show. A study recently found that more parents prefer retail clinics than doctoras offices. Molly Ryan covers manufacturing, technology, the Port and logistics for the Houston Business Journal.
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A year after we open, we will also add urology, neurology and cardiology. Diagnostic services will include X-ray, digital mammography, ultrasound and bone density testing. About 14,000 people a day walk through The Shops at Houston Center. The deal adds health care to Crescent’s offerings, so downtown office workers and residents will be able to visit the doctor or pharmacy without having to get in their cars. The location at 1200 McKinney is close to the new One Park Place residential tower, the Four Seasons Hotel and Discovery Green . Debbie Wilson , vice president of leasing at Houston Center, worked with Kelsey-Seybold on the deal. Attorneys Thad Armstrong of Thompson & Knight represented Kelsey-Seybold and Priya Coffey of Jackson Walker represented Crescent. Kelsey-Seybold has 19 locations in the Houston area and plans to open in Cinco Ranch in July. It plans to open a radiation therapy center on the main campus and a sleep therapy center in the next 12 months or so, Ro said.
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New health clinics are coming to Houston charter schools.

The contest limits name suggestions to one per person per each day that the submissions are open. Duplicate entries will be credited to the first to suggest the name, based on the timestamp of the submission. The winning name for the shuttle, which will be chosen by a panel of judges, will be announced publicly by Sept. 10. The winner, in addition to having the honor of naming the shuttle mockup and being invited to attend the christening ceremony, will be rewarded with a three-day trip to Space Center Houston for up to four guests. The winner’s prize package includes a VIP tour of Space Center Houston and a “behind-the-scenes experience” at Johnson Space Center, as well as accommodations and gift cards to cover fuel and food expenses. The winner will also receive a one year’s supply of bread from Mrs Baird’s Bakery. NASA named its space shuttles after sea vessels used in world exploration.
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