Greene County school district and clinic earns award

Congratulations to White River Valley School District and Greene County General Hospital My Clinics for being recognized as the 2020 Regional Innovation Quality of Place Innovation award winners! In 2018, the IRHA partnered with both entities to create the county’s first school-based telehealth program through the Indiana Rural Schools Clinic Network (IRSCN). Today, every Greene County school and a few Spencer-Owen Community schools offer telehealth services to their students through My Clinics. 

The Indiana Uplands Regional Innovation Awards recognize deserving people, organizations, and projects that have made meaningful improvements to education, workforce, economic development, and quality of place within the 11 counties of the Uplands region (Brown) Crawford, Daviess, Dubois, Greene, Lawrence, Martin, Monroe, Orange, Owen, and Washington counties).

Now in their third year, these awards highlight the amazing people and groups working to make the Indiana Uplands a terrific place to work, live, learn, and play. This year’s seven award winners were announced at ROI’s 2020 Annual Report to the Region held virtually on Tuesday, October 13.

Congratulations to all involved!