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Sports Physical Night is Tuesday

By From page B5 | April 30, 2011

Students planning to participate in the athletic programs at El Dorado, Ponderosa or Union Mine high schools for the 2011-12 school year are required to have a current and complete Sports Participation Health Record and updated immunizations, including tetanus and Hepatitis B. This requirement includes a medical physician’s approval for full participation.

In light of this requirement, the athletic departments at El Dorado, Ponderosa and Union Mine, in conjunction with local area physicians and nurses from the Marshall Center for Primary Care, will hold the annual “Sports Physical Night,” Tuesday, May 3, at the Marshall Center for Primary Care, 1095 Marshall Way, in Placerville.

The cost for the physical is $10, and all proceeds benefit the athletic departments at each of the schools.

Students with last names beginning with T-Z need to report at 5:30 p.m.; A–F report  at 6 p.m.; G–L report at 6:30 p.m.; and M–S report at 7 p.m. There are no appointments after 7.

If you have any questions, please call the athletic department of the high school your student will be attending for the 2011-12 school year and not Marshall Center for Primary Care.

El Dorado can be reached at 622-3634, ext. 1010; Ponderosa at 677-2281, ext. 2210; and Union Mine can be reached at 621-4003, ext. 4125.

And finally, our sincere thank you to the physicians, nurses, and staff of Marshall Center for Primary Care for the generous donation of their time and facility to support our student/athletes and the high school athletic programs.

 

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