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Back-to-School Physicals

Patient Services / Back-to-School Physicals

Visit Instant Urgent Care for your child's back to school physical.

An annual back-to-physical is the perfect opportunity for healthcare providers to assess your child’s health as well as discuss important health concerns. Additionally, these physicals are required by school districts in order to enroll your child into the new school year. 

At Instant Urgent Care, we offer eight highly convenient locations to ensure that your child is healthy and ready to participate in the new school year. Each Instant Urgent Care center administers physicals throughout the year so your child can enroll in school sports as well.

Additionally, parents should know that their child’s back to school physical is one of their most important medical appointments during the year. This is because back-to-school physicals at Instant Urgent Care help to evaluate your child’s overall health and determine any supplemental treatment options as necessary. 

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What does a back-to-school physical do to help my child?

  • At Instant Urgent Care , our comprehensive school physicals include examination of the child’s following health characteristics: 

    • Review of medical history
    • Physical examination
    • Summary of visit
    • Complete forms for sports or school participation

    At Instant Urgent Care, we also provide a variety of immunizations and offer numerous treatments for conditions such as:

    • Bacterial infections
    • Common colds
    • Cut that require stitching
    • Influenza (the flu)
    • Skin rashes and irritations
    • Stomach ache

    Any one of our Instant Urgent Care locations can also provide primary and urgent care services after your child’s physical is complete to address any emerging healthcare concerns. 

Where can I find an Instant Urgent Care location near me?

Getting your child a back-to-school physical is easy at Instant Urgent Care. Our eight locations staff physicians, urgent care staff, nurses, and other medical personnel to ensure your child gets an accurate and comprehensive overview of their health. 

We also never require an appointment for care and accept walk-in patients whenever their schedule opens up. This means you’ll never have to schedule an appointment in advance to begin your child’s back-to-school physical. 

If are looking for a nearby Instant Urgent Care location, use the links and the map below to get immediate directions. Don’t delay your child’s physical and get their exam completed today! 

For more information about our medical professionals,
please call us at (408) 687-4806, or stop by today!

Frequently Asked Questions

Discover the answers to your questions and useful information about COVID-19 Testing.

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1. What safety measures are schools implementing for a safe return to in-person learning?

Schools are implementing a range of safety measures, including mask mandates, social distancing, increased ventilation, regular cleaning, and vaccination campaigns for eligible students and staff. These measures aim to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission in school settings.

2. Are COVID-19 vaccinations mandatory for students returning to school?

Vaccination requirements vary by location and school district. Some places may mandate COVID-19 vaccinations for eligible students, while others may strongly encourage vaccination without making it mandatory. Check with the local school authorities for specific vaccination policies.

3. What should parents do if their child exhibits COVID-19 symptoms?

Parents should keep their children at home if they exhibit symptoms associated with COVID-19, such as fever, cough, or difficulty breathing. Contact the school to report the absence and follow local health guidelines for testing and quarantine if necessary.

4. How will schools handle potential COVID-19 outbreaks among students or staff?

Schools should have clear protocols for identifying and managing COVID-19 cases, including contact tracing, notification to affected individuals, and temporary closures if needed. Communication with parents and staff is crucial to maintaining transparency and trust.

5. Can students choose to continue with remote learning if they are uncomfortable returning to in-person classes?

Policies regarding remote learning options vary by school district. Some may offer remote learning alternatives for students with specific health concerns or circumstances. Parents should communicate with the school administration to understand available options.