Urgent Care Hawaii Offers Discounted School and Sports Physicals, Convenient Hepatitis A Vaccinations

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Kapolei News

Kapolei, HI—To celebrate the start of the new academic year as well as the recent openings of three new centers, Urgent Care Hawaii will provide student school and sports physicals for $30 and $25 respectively.

Urgent Care Hawaii’s medical staff is also offering convenient Hepatitis A vaccinations for $85 per dose (two required for maximum protection), eliminating the need to visit a doctor for a prescription, then a separate pharmacy for the vaccination itself.

Urgent Care Hawaii’s four locations are:

Kapolei at 890 Kamokila Boulevard (near Wakea Street)

Kailua at 660 Kailua Road (near Kuulei Road)

Waikiki at 1860 Ala Moana Boulevard (in the Wailana Highrises)

Pearl City at 1245 Kuala Street (near Manana Community Park)

School Physicals will be provided for $30, while sports physicals (for school teams or sports clubs) are $25 through Oct. 1; Urgent Care Hawaii’s doctors will review students’ medical histories, conduct basic physical exams, answer parents’ and students’ questions and complete required forms. Families are asked to bring their forms and students’ documented health and immunization history.

School and sports physicals are discounted to celebrate Urgent Care Hawaii’s recent opening of centers in Waikiki, Kailua and Kapolei. Visit any of the three new centers for a physical and receive a free 85-piece first aid kit to celebrate their grand openings.

Urgent Care Hawaii is committed to public health and will offer also offer Hepatitis A vaccinations at a discounted rate of $85 through Oct. 1 in light of the current statewide outbreak.

For more information on Hepatitis A vaccinations or discounted school or sports physicals, please call 456.2273 to reach any of the Urgent Care Hawaii centers.

Urgent Care Hawaii’s four centers provide treatment in and out as quickly and comfortably as possible, allowing those with critical, life-threatening health crises faster access to local emergency rooms.

No appointments are necessary. Visit ucarehi.com for exact hours of operation.

Urgent Care Hawaii accepts all major types of health insurance, including Medicare, QUEST and TRICARE. It also offers a self-pay rate for those without health insurance.

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