Free sports physicals July 31
July 10, 2012
Physicals are required before the first practice
starts for students participating in any sports,
including cheerleading, who are entering grades
7, 9, 11, or new to the sports programs, or part
of the flag football team.
Boundary Community Hospital’s Medical Staff and
hospital employees are volunteering their time
so all students can participate in sports. This
is a one-night only event and students are
encouraged to attend.
The Sports Clinic is
between the hours of 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on
Tuesday, July 31. Last year over 100 students received a free physical
traveling through six testing stations and
finishing with a quick visit with the doctor.
The exam team provides privacy, even with the
steady stream of students. The visit with the
doctor is behind closed doors and the weight
scales are in a secluded place.
The sports physical clinic is in the Outpatient
Clinic area of the Boundary Community Hospital.
Come in “the back way” to the hospital and enter
through the double doors.
A consent form is necessary with a parent, or
guardian signature, as well as the student’s
signature for approval and permission. Coaches
have the form. Parents, and or guardians, must
be present with the student for registration at
the Sports Clinic. If you have a question,
please call Bonners Ferry High School,