The Washtenafel College of Health Sciences and Technology (WCHSTS) announced Monday that it will launch an app to offer students with access to local health care services, as well as other resources.
The app will be available for iOS and Android and will be free to users who sign up for the service.
The launch of the app is expected to occur sometime this summer.
The app will provide access to health care professionals and other services through a virtual health center, the company said in a news release.
The platform will include a map and timeline for students to explore the services available, along with a community forum where students can talk with one another about their health and find information about medical providers.
In the future, the app will expand to include access to a pharmacy, medical services and other facilities.
The college announced the launch of a new app, Washtenaws Health, in September.
The platform was launched as a way for students at the college to receive the latest information about health care and resources available to them.
In November, the college also announced it would begin offering a free mobile app, where students will be able to find a list of medical services in their local area.
The college has also begun testing a new mobile app called Washtenaz Health, which will include the same features as the existing app.