Sports physical clinic to be held Aug. 2

  • Wednesday, July 16, 2014 3:48pm
  • Sports

South Peninsula Hospital holds a sports physical clinic for high school students needing a physical for participation in school-sanctioned activities at the Homer Medical Center, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., Aug. 2. No appointments are offered; however, students are asked to stagger arrival according to the following schedule: last names beginning in A-E: arrive at 8 a.m.; last names beginning in F-J: arrive at 9 a.m.; last names beginning in K-O: arrive at 10 a.m.; last names beginning in P-T: arrive at 11 a.m.; last names beginning in U-Z: arrive at noon. This is a fundraiser for the local booster club; therefore, a $10 donation is requested, made payable to the Booster Club. However, no one will be turned away for lack of money. In an effort to speed the process, parents are asked to complete page one of the two-page exam form prior to arriving at the clinic. The form can be found at www.sphosp.org. All students must bring or wear loose-fitting shorts for the screening. For more information, contact Derotha Ferraro at South Peninsula Hospital, 235-0397.

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