Purpose and VisionNewsCurrently selectedEventsAwardsContact Us Home|About Presbyterian|News|News Article Page Image Page Content Presbyterian Medical Group To Offer Free Sports Physicals To Lincoln County Student Athletes Back to News ListingRelease Date: June 30, 2016RUIDOSO, NM – Presbyterian Medical Group (PMG) wants to help prepare your kids for a healthy school year! Free sports physicals for all student athletes in Lincoln County will be available Thursday, July 14 from 1 to 4 p.m. at Carrizozo Municipal Schools Gym and Friday, July 22 from 1 to 4 p.m. at Capitan High School Traylor Gym. New this year, PMG will also be offering free sports physicals in Hondo Friday, July 15 from 1 to 5 p.m. at Hondo School Gym. Providers from Capitan, Carrizozo and Lincoln County Medical Center will be conducting the physicals. Parental/Guardian consent forms must be completed, signed and turned in when the physical is performed. Consent forms can be picked up in advance from coaches or from school district central offices. For more information: Carrizozo Municipal Schools Gym sports physicals, call 575-648-2317 Capitan High School Traylor Gym sports physicals, call 575-354-0057 Hondo School Gym sports physicals, call 575-354-0057 ### About Lincoln County Medical Center: Lincoln County Medical Center is a county-owned facility that has been managed by Presbyterian Healthcare Services since 1972. This partnership is dedicated to improving the health of individuals, families and communities in Ruidoso and Lincoln County. Lincoln County Medical Center and Presbyterian Healthcare Services operate a hospital, a primary care and specialty clinic, three rural clinics and a countywide ambulance service in Lincoln County. Lincoln County Medical Center is one of eight hospitals run by Presbyterian, which also has a statewide health plan and a growing multi-specialty medical group.Press Contact:Kerri DufaultCommunications SpecialistE-mail: email@example.com Back to News Listing Additional Content Back To Top Sidebar Content Dedicated Community LeadershipWe are accountable to our board of community leaders who dedicate their time, expertise, and energy to improving the health of patients, members, and our communities. Meet these remarkable leaders.Learn More.Legacy of CaringWe are committed to caring for our community -- and have been for more than 100 years. Learn more about Presbyterian’s first one hundred years of caring for the people of New Mexico, and where we are headed today.Learn More.Together for HealthPresbyterian Healthcare Services envisions a healthy New Mexico. Learn more about the priority health issues facing each of our communities identified in our most recent Community Health Assessment.Learn More.