The Richfield Health Resource Center opens this week!

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The Richfield Health Resource Center opens this week!

The Richfield Health Resource Center (RHRC) will re-open for the 2023-24 school year on Wednesday, August 2! The clinic will be open on Mondays and Wednesdays from 1-5 p.m. 

As students prepare for the start of the school year, keep in mind that the RHRC provides the immunizations required for enrollment, wellness/sports physicals, and care for acute illnesses. If your child is in need of these services, please stop by the clinic. No appointment is needed!

Important reminders about services at the RHRC:

  • All youth who live in or go to school in the city of Richfield, from birth through high school graduation, are eligible to receive free comprehensive medical care.

  • For youth under the age of 18 to receive medical services, a legal parent or guardian must complete a consent form and return it to the RHRC. Consent forms are available at the RHRC and can be completed there before a medical visit.  

  • No appointment or health insurance is needed to be seen at the RHRC.

  • Services include: Diagnosis and treatment of minor illnesses and injuries, school and athletic physicals, mental health care, sexual health care, immunizations, vision services and referrals for necessary lab and x-ray services.

  • Location: The entrance for the RHRC is Door 13A at Richfield High School. Door 13A is located in the back parking lot by the RHS football stadium and tennis courts. The entrance to this parking lot is off of 70th Street neal the train tracks.

For more information, please visit the Richfield Health Resource Center webpage.

If you have questions about services offered at the RHRC or clinic hours, please contact RHRC Coordinator Ibelizet Dominguez at 612-798-6049.

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