CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD)- The Citadel and MUSC are teaming as much as strengthen medical take care of the South Carolina Corps of Cadets.
As a part of a multi-year initiative, MUSC Health docs, nurses, and care suppliers will employees the campus infirmary, increasing well being care providers and bettering entry to scientific care via MUSC’s 24/7 digital pressing care platform. The Infirmary was beforehand staffed by nurses and physicians employed by the Citadel.
“Some of the many benefits this affiliation provides include integrated health care access for cadets who can use the MUSC digital medical records portal to manage their care, prescriptions, and appointments, and will now have 24-hour access to their medical records and appointments as well as continuing to have 24-hour access to medical care,” the Citadel Vice President for Finance and Business, Charles Cansler stated. “Additionally, cadets will be treated with the latest medical technology both on campus and at other MUSC facilities as needed. And over time, upgrades will be made to the infirmary equipment, processes, and the building itself.”
Members of the Corps of Cadets have traditionally acquired medical therapy on the on-campus infirmary, the Mary B. Murray Infirmary as a part of their tuition and costs. There they’ll get major medical care, diagnostic assessments and coverings, wellness schooling, and inpatient care when wanted.
The Infirmary has a long-standing historical past on the Citadel’s campus because it was one of many first buildings constructed when the navy faculty moved to its present location from Marion Square within the Twenties.
Cansler famous that as a part of the brand new initiative, MUSC Health will invoice insurance coverage suppliers for medical care offered and the school will cowl co-pay charges for the cadets.
The Citadel hopes the partnership with MUSC will ease price will increase to cadets for medical providers.
“We are very excited to be collaborating with The Citadel to bring MUSC’s expertise in high-quality, patient-centered care to the Corps,” Eugene Hong, M.D., MUSC Health chief doctor govt stated. “Health care is undergoing a major transformation right now – from digitization and automation of certain services to how and when individuals access in-person care. As the needs of the community change with the times, we look forward to doing our part to help The Citadel ensure the health and well-being of the Corps.”
Current infirmary employees members shall be built-in into the brand new facility.