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Kanga Care Clinics


What is Kanga Care?


Kanga Care is a partnership between Weatherford ISD and Parker County Hospital District Outreach Program to provide medical care onsite at each campus. Through the use of telemedicine and the MedPod Medical Cart, the healthcare needs of both staff and students can be met in a convenient setting with each campus nurse. 


Kanga Care is a minor care center. We treat minor issues that include but are not limited to:

Sore throat
Ear pain
Eye infections (pink eye)
Flu-like illnesses
Diagnostic laboratory procedures available include:
  • blood glucose level
  • streptococcal pharyngitis
  • mononucleosis
  • influenza A and B

Kanga Care’s purpose is to increase the educational success of students and staff by assuring access to healthcare. Early treatment can decrease the need for expensive medical care and unnecessary Emergency Room visits.


Is treatment available to everyone?


Employees – Eligible employees will have access to Kanga Care. An “eligible” employee is defined as a person who works at least 20 hours a week during the school year. An employee who works in a temporary capacity, such as temporary clerical personnel or a substitute teacher, is not considered an eligible employee for Kanga Care Clinics.


Employees who are assigned to a campus full time, will be seen, when needed, at that campus. Those who are not assigned to a specific campus will be seen at the Ninth Grade Center, when needed.

Students -- All students enrolled at WISD are eligible for treatment at Kanga Care.




Enrollment Process


To receive treatment through Kanga Care, the student or staff member must be enrolled in the program. Click HERE to begin the online enrollment process. 




Staff: A $30 visit fee that will be collected at the time of service. The visit fee may be paid via credit, debit, or FSA card. No cash or checks will be accepted.


Students: Students with private health insurance or are covered under Medicaid will provide PCHD with insurance information during enrollment. Copayment will vary and be discussed prior to visit. If a student does not have health insurance, the clinic nurse will provide options.


If you have any questions, please contact Kathleen Durham with PCHD at 817-599-1230

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Shealee Mitchell, RN BSN, Director of Health Services for WISD at ext. 3710