Editor's Note: Please note event has been rescheduled from May 25 to June 8.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Does your child need a physical to participate in youth sports? Want to beat the rush and the cost? Then come to WVU Urgent Care on Saturday, June 8.
Free sports physicals will be provided from noon to 6 p.m. at the WVU Urgent Care in Suncrest Towne Centre. No appointments are necessary.
WVU Urgent Care, designated as a Certified Urgent Care by the Urgent Care Association of America, provides prompt medical care for minor illnesses or injuries.
For more information, visit WVUMedicine.org/UrgentCare, or call 304-599-2273.
Governor Jim Justice has proclaimed May 23 as National Stop the Bleed Day in the Mountain State. The WVU Medicine Jon Michael Moore Trauma Center (JMMTC) and the American College of Surgeons want people to learn how to Stop the Bleed® in order to prevent death from hemorrhage.
WVU Medicine Children’s is joining hospitals around the country in recognizing National EMS for Children Day on Wednesday (May 22). Pediatric ambulances provide specialized care and equipment for children during emergency transports.
The Rosenbaum Family House at WVU Medicine J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital will host a Sip N Dip Fundraiser on Saturday, May 18, at the Buffalo Wild Wings at the University Town Centre.