Harold Primary Care, Archer Clinic, Martin County Community Care Clinic and Paintsville Medical Office Building have started their complimentary sports physicals for the new school year.
On June 29 and July 12, Highlands offered sports physicals at Harold Primary Care Center and at Archer Clinic. There, over 50 sports physicals were provided to students from the Floyd County area. Jeremy Parsons, MD and Michael Goble, MD administered the physicals to the students.
“Highlands continues to show support to our school systems with an array of quality initiatives and providing free sports physicals is just another way of promoting a healthy lifestyle among our youth,” said Melissa Vance, director of community development
On July 26 and 27, Johnson County and Paintsville students can get their sports physicals, free of charge, at the Paintsville Medical Office Building on the first floor in the After Hours Care facility from 12 to 4 p.m. Also, on July 26 and 27, Martin County students can get their sports physicals at the Martin County Community Care Center from 5 to 7 p.m.
To learn more, visit www.HRMC.org or call (606) 886-8511.