SPORTS: Clinic next week for Seattle Public Schools student athletes

Students planning to play sports for Seattle Public Schools when they resume this year need to be ready, so this clinic is being offered next week in West Seattle. Here’s the announcement:

The Denny Wellness Center, located inside of Denny International Middle School, is hosting a Sports Physical Clinic.

WHEN: January 25th- 29th, 8:00 – 4:30 pm

WHERE: Denny Wellness Center located inside of Denny International Middle School [2601 SW Kenyon]

WHO: Any Seattle Public School student who is interested in playing sports and has not yet had a physical or whose physical has expired.

COST: We do not charge fees or copays, though we may bill your insurance. There is no cost to you. No student will be denied services due to inability to pay.

STEP 1: Register by scanning the QR code in the flyer with your phone or call our clinic to request a registration form via email.

STEP 2: Call 206-923-2809 to schedule your appointment!

Students may also be seen at their local school-based clinic. For more Neighborcare Health school-based locations, go here.

5 Replies to "SPORTS: Clinic next week for Seattle Public Schools student athletes"

  • MercyMoi January 22, 2021 (10:15 am)

    We love the Denny Wellness Clinic! Thank you for your outreach beyond Denny International.

  • alkiobserver January 22, 2021 (10:32 am)

    Sure seems a couple of years premature to even think of school sports resuming!

    • MercyMoi January 22, 2021 (11:05 am)

      Perhaps. But the sports physicals are good for two years, and it’s important to get young people into the Wellness Centers right now for social-emotional check-ins as well as physical check-ups. My student had a sports physical and the staff called me afterwards to report on the visit, and to check in on anything our family might need during pandemic. That’s solid care.

  • TJ January 22, 2021 (6:45 pm)

    Im not sure how you are thinking 2 more years is somehow ok to keep kids away from sports. The vaccine is here. Once it’s widely administered, what else is there to stop opening up society to normal? If we are still tripping over Covid next fall then there are much deeper issues we will be dealing with 

  • Mj January 23, 2021 (12:30 pm)

    TJ – you may be right about society opening up to normal, except those of us in WS who will continue to be trapped by no WSB. 

    It’s frustrating the City’s slowness on repairing the bridge.  If it was priority #1 it could be repaired by Fall this year to coincide with everything else getting back to normal!

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