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Gwinnett Medical Center-Duluth’s Concussion Institute Announces Integration of Telemedicine into Offerings

Institute partners with rural south Georgia school district to offer concussion care and reduce healthcare gap

Gwinnett Medical Center (GMC)-Duluth announced today that its Concussion Institute has partnered with Ware County Schools to provide concussion care for, potentially, 6,000 students and athletes via telemedicine. Through this partnership, GMC-Duluth will be the first hospital in Georgia to offer school-based concussion care through telemedicine, broadening area students’ access to critical, specialty care with the convenience of virtual appointments.

Gwinnett Medical Center has unveiled the nation’s first sports medicine and concussion care-a-van offering concussion education, baseline testing, athletic training services and injury prevention programs. Discovery Point Child Development Centers is the proud presenting sponsor.

Concussion Care Goes Mobile

On August 16, 2017, Gwinnett Medical Center (GMC) unveiled the newest addition to its community out-reach and patient care facilities – The Sports Medicine and Concussion Care-A-Van. The mobile unit is the first of its kind and hopes to be a prototype for other communities across the country to model.

Paige Havens

We Must Never Ever Give Up

I don’t know about you, but lately my refrigerator has been covered with graduation announcements, party invitations and senior pictures. Graduation season is upon us. It’s always fun to celebrate the accomplishments of friends and family and encourage our graduates to push to their full potential.

Mobile Concussion Care is Coming

There is an exciting new project on the horizon that is going to take concussion care in our community to a whole new level. Gwinnett Medical Center has retired the mobile mammography care-a-van.

Paige Havens

When is it safe to return to play?

Over the past few months we’ve talked about a handful of great concussion topics. Hopefully, by now, you know the signs and symptoms and what to do when you suspect a concussion.

The silent epidemic we can ignore no more

“There is nothing more difficult to take in hand, more perilous to conduct, or more uncertain in its success, than to take the lead in the introduction of a new order of things.”