CHEYENNE – The University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy and the owners of Stiches Acute Care Center are partnering to expand their telemedicine services to reach rural Wyomingites.
They aim to do this through a U.S. Department of Agriculture grant that they used to create InstaClinics to reach rural areas in Wyoming. This $62,557 grant will establish 20 more InstaClinics, according to a UW news release.
The areas where the additional 20 clinics will be located hasn’t been decided yet, but currently there are InstaClinics in Sheridan, Kemmerer and Casper.
InstaClinics make it easier for patients to access primary care and partner with organizations to provide diagnostic testing and comprehensive exams.