WICHITA FALLS, Texas (KAUZ) – The Community Healthcare Center is hosting a free sports physics clinic on Thursday, May 12th.
The clinic will be held from 3 to 5 pm and is open to all school districts, private schools and youth sports leagues.
Sports exercises for the school year 2022-2023 can be completed at this event for all high school and high school athletes and extracurricular students, such as marching high school students.
Students do not have to be Health Center patients to participate. Students should bring a completed sports fitness form required by their school district and signed by a parent or guardian.
Vision examinations are mandatory for sports physical exercises, which means that students who need prescription glasses must bring their contacts or glasses to the clinic.
“The Community Healthcare Center is always excited to offer these free community events to students and families in our area,” said David Preston, director of marketing and expansion at the Community Healthcare Center. “We encourage parents and guardians to finish their sports for the next school year. In addition, on May 12, the Community Healthcare Center will distribute a free T-shirt to the first 300 students who receive a free sports physical education.
The clinic will be held at the Community Healthcare Center at 200 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Wichita Falls, TX 76301.
The Social Center for Health Care announced that only a student who receives a free sports physical education and one parent or guardian should come to the clinic, and face masks will be mandatory for all participants and guests.
For more information or questions about the clinic call (940) 766-6306.
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