We are thrilled to announce the launch of a groundbreaking initiative at Cody Library – the Public Access Telehealth Spaces (PATHS) Initiative. This initiative, based on a national model, aims to promote access to safe, secure, and accessible spaces that connect our community members to equitable health and wellness resources and services.
What is PATHS?
PATHS is not just about installing physical telehealth booths in libraries; it’s about fostering connections between healthcare providers and communities. In collaboration with the Wyoming State Loan and Investment Board, the University of Wyoming’s College of Education, Counselor Education Program, and the College of Health Sciences, Wyoming Institute for Disabilities, Cody Library is proud to be part of the pilot phase of this initiative.
What Does This Mean for You?
As a member of our community, you now have access to a state-of-the-art Telehealth Booth, providing you with a private space for conferences related to your health with professionals. Whether you need a consultation, check-up, or ongoing support, the PATHS initiative is here to bridge the gap, ensuring equitable access to vital healthcare resources.
How to Get Started: Reserving Your Telehealth Booth
Starting today, you can reserve the Telehealth Booth at Cody Library for your private health-related conferences. Simply give us a call at (307) 527-1880 to secure your reservation and take a step towards convenient, confidential, and accessible healthcare.
Thank you for being part of Park County Library’s commitment to enhancing the well-being of our community through innovative initiatives like PATHS. We look forward to serving you on your journey to better health and wellness.