Health eTools for Schools Names New Director of Health Services
Andrea Cook Brings Decades of Nursing and Health and Wellness Experience to Company’s Newly Created Role
LANCASTER, PA. (March 27, 2018) – Health eTools for Schools, an electronic health record (EHR) system for school nurses to manage student health, announced today that Andrea Cook has been appointed Director of Health Services of the company.
In her new role, Cook will serve as a liaison between school nurses and Health eTools for Schools, providing important insight as the company develops version 2.0 of its platform. Health eTools for Schools recently received new funding from outside investors and has a new management team in place.
“We are very excited to welcome Andrea to the team,” said Health eTools for Schools CEO Catherine Hanson. “Not only does she have an extensive nursing background, but she brings a crucial element that will help us bridge the gap between business and health care. We look forward to incorporating Andrea’s input, and are confident that she will grow Health eTools for Schools into an even more valuable EHR system.”
Cook is an experienced nurse – in both school and hospital settings – and has worked across a variety of healthcare fields. Prior to joining Health eTools for Schools, Cook served as a Nursing Supervisor at Concentra. She also spent more than a decade as a Certified School Nurse for the Solanco School District in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
Cook received her B.S. in Nursing from Pennsylvania State University and her M.S. in Health Promotion from the University of Delaware. She is a National Board-Certified Health and Wellness Coach.
About Health eTools for Schools
Serving more than 500 schools across the county, Health eTools for Schools is an electronic health records system designed specifically for school nurses. It works in conjunction with a school district’s existing Student Information System to help school nurses confidentially track, manage and report on the health of their student population.
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