RediClinic Helping Children Get Back to School


Officials with RediClinic announced that they are offering back-to-school physical exams and vaccinations in all locations, helping parents and students meet school requirements for vaccinations and good health.

Parents can schedule same- or next-day appointments at or simply walk in to the clinics, which are open 7 days a week in Rite Aid pharmacies and H-E-B grocery stores, to meet with a board-certified clinician.

During the physical exam, RediClinic clinicians provide a thorough evaluation of a child’s health status, which includes:

  • Assessing growth and development by measuring height and weight.
  • Checking vital signs such as pulse and blood pressure.
  • Evaluating eyes, ears, nose and throat; neck, chest and lymph nodes; heart and abdomen; skin and muscles; and the joints and spine.
  • Reviewing family medical history, past illnesses or hospitalizations and current medications.
  • Ensuring all state-required vaccinations are current.
  • Administering vaccines as needed.
  • Offering acne consultations with recommended treatment solutions.

At the completion of the exam, RediClinic provides parents with a comprehensive printed report of their child’s health and immunization status. RediClinic can also complete school-required physical forms that parents bring to the appointment. Clinic staff will also send a copy of the medical record to the child’s pediatrician.

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