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Rural Arkansas schools to go telemedicine route

Kids will get LR hospital diagnoses

By Frank Fellone

This article was published November 25, 2016 at 5:45 a.m.

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School nurse Ronda Wagner talks with McKenzie Clay, 5, in her office at Angie Grant Elementary School in Benton earlier this month. McKenzie was diagnosed with an ear infection through a telemedicine program.

School nurse Ronda Wagner uses an otoscope during a recent telemedicine examination of McKenzie Clay, 5, at Angie Grant Elementary School in Benton. T...

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At 5, McKenzie Clay can spell her name with the best of them, capital K and all. She's also a little bit of a telemedicine pioneer.

School nurse Ronda Wagner uses an otoscope during a recent telemedicine examination of McKenzie Clay, 5, at Angie Grant Elementary School in Benton. T...

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