School Physicals
Wake Forest & Raleigh Locations

Physical for School Wake Forest Raleigh NC

School Physicals
Wake Forest & Raleigh Locations

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Choose Heritage Urgent & Primary Care for for Your School Physical in Wake Forest & Raleigh

Before you child heads back to school, it is important to schedule a school physical to evaluate their overall health, and if necessary, identify and treat any issues that may be present, such as physical development issues or vision-related issues. During these annual exams, we can also administer vaccines and required immunizations. If you are bringing your child in for vaccines and immunizations, please remember to bring a record of their immunizations as well as a list of medications they are currently taking, including over-the-counter and prescription medications.

During the school physical we will do the following:

  • Record their weight, height, BMI, pulse, and blood pressure
  • Evaluate their muscles, joints, spine, and vision
  • Check their ear, nose, throat, eyes, skin, abdomen, lymph nodes, lungs, and heart
  • Review and discuss the medical history of your family and your child

Wake Forest, NC Location

620 Dr Calvin Jones Hwy, #212
Wake Forest, NC 27587
Phone (919) 761-5678
Fax (919) 761-5680

Monday - Friday

Raleigh, NC Location

13271 Strickland Rd. #120
Raleigh, NC 27613
Phone (919) 741-4677
Fax (919) 741-6349

Monday - Friday

Walk-in availability
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Putting CARE Back in Healthcare

At Heritage Urgent & Primary Care, we proudly offer client centered, efficient, value-based, high-quality healthcare in a comfortable environment. Our highly trained and professional staff are committed to providing you with care as quickly as possible, while still taking the time to listen to your concerns, answer your questions, and explain what treatment options are recommended for your particular case. To learn more about school physicals, or to schedule an appointment for a school physical, please refer to the following.

Patient-Centered Medical Home model

Tips to Keep Your Child Healthy

As a parent, there are so many things to consider with regards to the well-being of your child, ranging from germs and allergies to the nutrition of their school lunches and whether they are getting an adequate amount of sleep. Although there is no way to completely protect your child from experiencing health issues, there are several things you can do to keep them happy and healthy during the school year.

Diet / Foot & Nutrition

Your child’s diet will have a profound impact on their overall energy and mood throughout the day, as well as their development, growth, and established patterns as they age. As such, it is important to set a good example of eating nutritious meals at home and being aware of the food options made available at your school’s cafeteria.

Sufficient Rest

The National Sleep Foundation recommends 9-11 hours of sleep each night for children between the ages of 6-13. Given the hectic work schedules and extra-curricular activities that many children have today, it can be difficult to allot this amount of time every night. One of the best ways you can ensure your child gets a healthy amount of sleep is to establish a consistent bedtime each night. Limiting computer usage or TV time before bed has also been shown to help children fall asleep faster and sleep better.


It is important to contact your school to see what immunizations are required and what immunizations are recommended according to state regulations. By ensuring that your child receives the necessary immunizations, you are not only protecting their health, you are also protecting the health of their classmates and the people who work at their school.

Anticipating Allergy Season

The beginning of the school year coincides with the beginning of a new allergy season. To ensure that your child has the appropriate supplies to combat allergies, be sure to stock up on hand sanitizer and tissues, and if necessary, epi-pens, inhalers, and medications to the school nurse in case your child has a flare up.

Two Convenient Walk-In Clinics

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We offer a range of services, including management of chronic disease, ongoing illness follow-up care, and if necessary, referral coordination to high value specialists. Our clinic offers same day primary care appointments and immediate walk-in availability and can provide you and your family with a range of health services, including urgent, acute, immediate, and walk in health care needs. We also provide services during early morning hours and after hours and during the weekend. To ensure you receive high quality care, our office utilizes state of the art facilities and equipment, including a large procedural room for performing procedures such as orthopedic splinting and/or wound repairs. Our clinic can also take on-site digital x-rays and work with local imaging centers to perform a wide array of diagnostic exams, including CT scans and/or ultrasound. We also perform a broad range of laboratory services for onsite and send out labs, and can perform gynecologic testing and exams, pregnancy tests, urinalysis, vaccines, rapid flu tests, and strep tests.

Advanced Primary & Urgent Care

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We offer healthcare services for a wide range of issues, including diabetes, asthma, hypertension, and much more. For additional information about offered services, which range from health and wellness screenings, chronic disease management, and acute care management, please refer to the following, or call or visit our office.

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Two Convenient Locations. Visit Heritage.

At Heritage Urgent & Primary Care, your health and quality of life are important to us, and we are committed to providing you with the care you need. To ensure you receive necessary care, we offer weekend, extended, and walk in flexibility, as well as 24-hour phone coverage for established Primary Care patients. Every effort will be made to attend to walk-in Urgent Care patients within 24 hours.

If you would like to learn more about our clinic, schedule an appointment for a school physical, or if you require emergency care, please refer to our office and contact information provided below. We do encourage patients to schedule appointments ahead of time if possible, and for walk-in patients to call in advance if possible.

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Cost of Care Transparency
at Heritage Urgent & Primary Care

A visit to the hospital for a school physical can cost a substantial amount of money and take much longer for you to receive the care you need. At Heritage Urgent & Primary Care, our board-certified providers can provide you with high-quality care in a timely and cost-effective manner. If you require health services and are concerned about the cost involved, please refer to the following overview of our clinic’s policies. If you have any additional questions concerning billing, insurance, and/or payment options, please contact our staff.

Understand Insurance and Medicare Medicaid

All visits are billed under Primary Care and Primary Care Copay. We accept Medicare and are In Network with most major insurance providers and are happy to provide you with a list of accepted providers to ensure you are covered. If co-payments are required by your insurance plan, this will need to be paid prior to your appointment before check in. If you are not able to pay your co-payment, it may be necessary to reschedule your appointment. It is also important to be aware that not all services are covered through insurance plans. If your insurance company determines that a service is not covered, it will be your responsibility to pay the remaining balance.

Out-of-Network and
Self-pay Accounts

If you are not covered by insurance, or if your provider is out of network, you will be responsible for the entire charge of the appointment. If you are not able to pay the full balance of your bill, please contact our billing office at 866-557-2612. We are committed to ensuring that you receive the care you need and will do our best to help set up a payment plan to cover the costs of your care.

Further Payment and
Insurance Information

You will need to provide your current insurance information and bring your insurance card with you to your first visit. We also ask that you bring your card to subsequent visits so we can update your records as needed. Our staff will also help ensure that you maximize your insurance benefits and will file your claims and provide any necessary information to your insurance company.