Atrium partners with Charlotte school to make sure students, teachers are safe

Atrium partners with Charlotte school to make sure students, teachers are safe
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Atrium Health partnered with Charlotte Country Day School to make sure students and teachers are safe when they return to school.

“We are fortunate to be able to partner with one of the nation’s most trusted healthcare providers to assess and mitigate risk as we start school at Charlotte Country Day,” said Mark Reed, head of school for Charlotte Country Day. “The health and safety of our students, faculty and staff are paramount and our ability to serve our community while making a broad impact for K-12 schools across the region is inspiring.”

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The partnership allows Atrium to provide resources and services such as COVID-19 testing in K through 12 schools if there’s an exposure.

Charlotte Country Day School will also help Atrium work on solutions that will help benefit schools throughout the area.

“Charlotte Country Day’s long history of progressive thinking and distinctive culture and service make for an exciting and impactful partnership with Atrium Health,” said Ruth Krystopolski, senior vice president of population health for Atrium Health. “We are pleased and excited to be able to help provide a pathway for these students to return to school, applying our medical expertise to bring COVID-Safe standards and practices to their doorstep.”

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