Attention Pennfield student-athletes and parents! If you or your child will need a sports physical for the 2017-2018 school year here are a few opportunities that can be taken advantage of for just $20.
Bronson Orthopedic Specialists will be offering three dates this spring when you can call for an appointment and get your sports physical done before the rush of the 2017-18 school year begins. Two of these dates will take place at Battle Creek locations and the third date will be held in Marshall.
The first two opportunities will be on Tuesday, May 16th from 2:30pm-4:30pm at 710 North Avenue in Battle Creek and Wednesday, May 24th from 2:30pm-4:30pm at 2 Heritage Oak Lane in Battle Creek. Appointments can be made by calling (269) 704-3133, ext. 1208 or (269) 491-0649. You must call in advance to set up an appointment for any of these dates.
A third date in Marshall is also available. On Tuesday, June 6th also from 2:30pm-4:30pm at 212 Winston Drive in Marshall is another opportunity to call for an appointment and get a sports physical completed for 2017-18 for just $20.
If you need a sports physical form you can pick one up in the athletic office at Pennfield High School or download one off the athletic website, at pennfieldathletics.com.
ALSO **OPEN ALL SUMMER LONG**
Offered to all students living in Calhoun County:
The Student Health Center Located in Battle Creek Central High School
100 W. Van Buren St., is offering Sports Physicals ONLY: $15
(Not covered by insurance) (Cash/Check payable at time of service)
Appointments Scheduled 9 am – 3 pm Monday thru Friday
Call for an Appointment at 269-965-9539
Well Child (annual) Exam may be performed at the time of a Sports Physical and billed to your insurance. (Generally covered by insurance ONLY once per year) No one is denied service for inability to pay. This does not replace the care provided by the student’s primary care physician. The Student Health Center is a joint effort of the Battle Creek Public Schools, Calhoun County Public Health Department, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, and Michigan Department of Education.