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Doctors Medical Center Providing Sports Screenings for MCS Students

Jun 4, 2018

Sports screenings in high school gym

What

High School Pre-Participation Sports Screenings

When

Wednesday, June 13, 2018
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Thursday, June 14, 2018
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Where

Enochs High School Gym, 3201 Sylvan Avenue in Modesto

Description

Doctors Medical Center’s Sports Medicine Program is gearing up for the 2018-19 high school sports season! For the fourth straight year, DMC is providing pre-participation sports screenings for all Modesto City Schools high school students on June 13-14 at Enochs High School. Screenings are $25, and Doctors Medical Center will donate 100-percent of the funds to the High School Student Body Accounts. The DMC Trauma Team will also be on hand with concussion goggles to teach athletes the signs and symptoms of concussions. There will also be tips on proper hydration, as well as additional sports-related activities.

These screenings kick-off DMC’s annual season of supporting local athletes. Our coverage includes:

  • Dedicated orthopedic surgery resident for each MCS high school football team
  • Sideline coverage for home games
  • Trainers on the field and at practice
  • Friday night clinics
  • E.D. Fast Pass for all student athletes

Last year, Doctors Medical Center screened more than 1,400 students and raised approximately $35,200 – all of which went back to MCS and their athletic programs.

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