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WHAT HAPPENS DURING A SPORTS PHYSICAL?
Sports physicals measure a student’s important vital signs. A sports physical ensures your child is healthy, and can physically participate in their sport or activity to the fullest of their ability and help reduce their risk of injury.
DURING A SPORTS PHYSICAL EXAMINATION, RCHC STAFF WILL:
Obtain height and weight information
Take blood pressure and pulse (heart rate and rhythm)
Check heart, lungs, abdomen, ears, nose, and throat
Evaluate posture, joints, strength, and flexibility
CALL 262-800-7242 TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY!
Sports physicals take place at Racine Community Health Centers located at 930 Dr. Martin Luther King Drive in Racine inside Julian Thomas Elementary through entrance #17.
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930 Dr. Martin Luther King Drive
Racine, WI, 53404
The Racine Community Health Center (RCHC) is a 501(c)(3) organization located in Racine, Wisconsin committed to addressing inequities in access to health care for individuals who are disproportionally uninsured, underinsured, and low-income residents living in the City and County of Racine. In partnership with Mayor Cory Mason, County Executive Johnathan Delagrave, and Racine Unified School DistrictSuperintendent Eric Gallien, this community-initiated, grassroots, non-profit organization was formed in 2018 with strong ties to public health, local healthcare systems, and community stakeholders. Clinical services at Racine Community Health Center are provided by Kenosha Community Health Center, Inc.