One City partners with Access for health care
Access Community Health Centers will provide health care for students, families and employees of One City Schools, the Madison charter school said Wednesday.
One City, a UW-sponsored charter school for children from birth to kindergarten, will be able to use medical services at Access’ five area clinics, Kaleem Caire, CEO of One City, said in a statement.
Access, a federally qualified health center, receives a federal grant to provide medical, dental and behavioral health care for people with insurance, including Medicaid, and without coverage on a sliding-fee scale.
“We applaud One City’s focus on serving our youngest children before they enter school.” said Dr. Ken Loving, Access’ CEO.