Irwin Army Community Hospital Fort Riley, Kansas The "Big Red One" Hospital

IACH summer youth physicals

 

Irwin Army Community Hospital offers youth physicals for military children on select Saturdays in July and August. Most school and sports programs require children to undergo a physical before the new school  year starts. These exams assess a child's health to ensure that they are physically fit to go to school and participate in athletic activities. To schedule an appointment for a youth physical, call (785) 239-DOCS.

 

Arrive early to your scheduled appointment and bring all required forms to avoid lengthy delays. Both parents must be present if more than two children have scheduled appointments.

 

Who Needs Physicals

 

  • Children entering kindergarten need immunization and physical exam records.
  • Children may need a lead screening if they did not have one during a previous well-baby exam.
  • Head Start children require annual physicals.
  • Children enrolling in Kansas schools for the first time.
  • Middle and high school student athletes need sports physicals dated May 1, 2018 or after.
  • Children who plan to participate in Child, Youth and School Services (CYSS) sports programs. CYSS physicals do not have the same May 1 date requirement.

 

 

What to Bring

 

  • All immunizations
  • Medical records from outside providers
  • Eyeglasses
  • School or daycare forms

 

Forms

Child, Youth and School Services

 

Riley County Schools, USD 378

 

Clay County Schools, USD 379

 

Manhattan-Ogden Schools, USD 383

 

Abilene Public Schools, USD 435

 

Geary County Schools, USD 475

 

Kansas State Forms

 

 

Location: Irwin Army Community Hospital, First floor, Primary Care

650 Huebner Road, Fort Riley

 

Appointments: (785) 239-DOCS

 

Irwin Army Community Hospital Fort Riley, Kansas The "Big Red One" Hospital
Irwin Army Community Hospital

IACH summer youth physicals

 

Location: Irwin Army Community Hospital, 1st floor, Primary Care

650 Huebner Road, Fort Riley

 

Appointments: (785) 239-DOCS

 

Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

 

Irwin Army Community Hospital offers youth physicals for military children on select Saturdays in July and August. Most school and sports programs require children to undergo a physical before the new school  year starts. These exams assess a child's health to ensure that they are physically fit to go to school and participate in athletic activities. To schedule an appointment for a youth physical, call (785) 239-DOCS.

 

Arrive early to your scheduled appointment and bring all required forms to avoid lengthy delays. Both parents must be present if more than two children have scheduled appointments.

 

Who Needs Physicals

 

  • Children entering kindergarten need immunization and physical exam records.
  • Children may need a lead screening if they did not have one during a previous well-baby exam.
  • Head Start children require annual physicals.
  • Children enrolling in Kansas schools for the first time.
  • Middle and high school student athletes need sports physicals dated May 1, 2018 or after.
  • Children who plan to participate in Child, Youth and School Services (CYSS) sports programs. CYSS physicals do not have the same May 1 date requirement.

 

 

What to Bring

 

  • All immunizations
  • Medical records from outside providers
  • Eyeglasses
  • School or daycare forms

 

Forms

 

Child, Youth and School Services

 

Riley County Schools, USD 378

 

Clay County Schools, USD 379

 

Manhattan-Ogden Schools, USD 383

 

Abilene Public Schools, USD 435

 

Geary County Schools, USD 475

 

Kansas State Forms