DTSOI Virtual Health Powered by Community Clinic


Located on the EAST side of Don Tyson School of Innovation within the nurse's office


Text #DTSOI to 855-438-2280

What is a Virtual Clinic?

  • The Virtual Clinic is a service that uses a telehealth platform to connect you to a Community Clinic provider!

  • Both you and your provider can see and hear each other. There is even special equipment that allows the provider to listen to the your heart and lungs and examine your ears & throat!

  • An on-site medical assistant will guide you through your visit and perform any tests ordered by your provider

What services are offered at the Virtual Clinic?

  • Illness and Minor Injuries. Your symptoms may include:

    • Fever

    • Sore throat

    • Earache

    • Stomach pain

    • Rash

    • Allergies

    • Joint or muscle pain

  • Chronic Disease Management or Education

  • Medication Refills

  • Lab Reviews

    • Lab work or x-rays would be performed at one of Community Clinic’s main clinics or School Based Health Centers

    • Bloodwork and x-rays are not performed at the virtual clinic

  • Mild to Moderate Mental Health Concerns and Ongoing ADHD Management

What is the cost?

  • If you have insurance, Community Clinic will file a claim to your insurance company. Different insurance companies have different regulations regarding telehealth

  • If you have Medicaid or ARKids, you will need to assign Community Clinic as your PCP or obtain a referral from your existing PCP to have a visit at the virtual clinic

  • Community Clinic offers a discount program for insured and uninsured patients, please ask staff for details

How do I enroll my child as a patient?

Register as a Community Clinic Patient by clicking on the link below:

What are my options for alternative transportation?

  • Springdale school district can assist with transportation during the school day for students, with parental consent.

  • Please contact your school nurse to help arrange transportation.