UW Medicine Primary Care Sports Physicals

A message from UW Medicine Primary Care Lopez Island Clinic:

As proud family medicine providers, we take great joy in caring for children and adolescents and supporting the health and well-being of local student athletes. To ensure that your child is developing typically and is up to date on their vaccines, they should have a well-child exam every 1-2 years. And, if your child participates in school sports, these exams can also help you prepare to complete preparticipation sports physicals.

If your child has completed a well-child visit within the past 12 months and needs a preparticipation sports history form to participate in athletics, please complete a preparticipation physical evaluation health history form and submit it to your child’s provider for review and signature. The form is located on uwmedicine.org under Patient Forms for Primary Care.

If your child has not had a Wellness exam in the past 12 months, call (360) 468-2245 to schedule a Wellness or Sports Physical exam (Sports Physical Exams are valid for 2 calendar years). Both visits are best scheduled in advance, and we have two upcoming days dedicated to sports physicals, Mar. 15 and Apr. 12. We will be adding additional dates as needed so please reach out if these dates do not work for your child.

As always, please reach out anytime if you have any questions, concerns or suggestions. My direct office line is 206-520-8266.


Crystal Rovente
Clinic Manager
Lopez Island Clinic | UW Medicine

103 Washburn Place| PO Box 10 | Lopez Island, WA 98261
OFFICE: 206.520.8266 FAX: 360.468.2856

EMAIL: crovente@uw.edu WEB: Primary Care at Lopez Island