Back to School Physical Exams Fundraiser

by | Jul 19, 2019 | Events | 0 comments

We are excited to be raising money for local nonprofits by offering a limited number of school physical appointments for families. Appointments are available from Monday, July 22 to Friday, August 9.

The Mission Direct Primary Care school physical clinic is a fundraiser for local nonprofits and no payment will be due for our services. However, we recommend a donation by check of at least $25 per appointment booked. Families are encouraged to donate to the local nonprofit of their choice. We will collect the checks at the school physical appointment and send them to the designated organization and the tax receipt letters will be the responsibility of the nonprofit.

If you don’t have a preferred Omaha nonprofit check out Magdalene Omaha. It is a great local organization that our family believes in. Magdalene Omaha is a survivor-led program of healing, recovery, and economic empowerment for women who experienced sex trafficking/prostitution, violence, and addiction.

Please schedule one 30 minute block for one or two children and two consecutive blocks for a larger family.

The school physical exams can be scheduled by calling 402-509-8964.

Bring any school-specific forms and shot records with you. Kids should wear shorts and t-shirts, with a sports bra if needed. We will not be charging for the school physical exams. Please bring a check for your donation to the nonprofit of your choice.

Please feel free to share this opportunity with a friend. You can find easily sharable posts on both Facebook and Instagram. Take a look around our website if you are interested in learning more about Mission Direct Primary Care membership for individuals or for small businesses. If you have questions or want to determine if this is a good fit for you give us a call at 402-509-8964 for a free no-obligation appointment.

John Hallgren, M.D.

John Hallgren, M.D. is the co-founder of Mission Direct Primary Care in Omaha, Nebraska. He graduated from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences medical school in 1995 and has been a board-certified family physician since completing residency in 1998. He is a 26-year veteran of the U.S. Air Force and has been an assistant professor of family medicine for the University of Nebraska Medical Center and Uniformed Services University. He has several publications in such journals as American Family Physician and The Journal of Family Practice.


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