Special Olympics, Inc. ("SOI") has partnered with MinuteClinic, a health clinic within CVS and Target Stores, for a one-year (with potential for extension) national agreement. MinuteClinic operates over 1,100 walk-in health care centers within CVS and Target stores in 33 states plus the District of Columbia, where licensed health care providers, such as nurse practitioners (NPs) and physician assistants (PAs), diagnose and treat common illnesses and perform certain medical screenings.

We are pleased to inform you that MinuteClinic is providing reduced rates for Special Olympics sports physical exams ($49 instead of $79) for all Special Olympics Athletes effective immediately – June 30, 2020.

This agreement has come out of training that SOI Staff and Global Medical Advisor provided to MinuteClinic nurse practitioners on the Special Olympics sports physical as well as an existing state-level agreement between SOFL and MinuteClinic, which remain separate.

Here's what athletes need to do to take advantage of this offer:

Athletes must present a specific Special Olympics/MinuteClinic co-branded electronic or printed voucher at the time of service to be eligible for the discounted rate. Photo Identification of the athlete and/or parent/guardian must also be presented. .

Athletes will also need to bring the Special Olympics medical form with them, with the health history section completed.  Click here for our Athlete Application Form.

Athletes/care provider will need to pay the $49 at the time of visit. The cost can be paid for via cash or credit/debit card at the time of service.

MinuteClinic disclaims any obligation to engage in any coordination of insurance benefits with respect to such Services, except where required by applicable law.


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Voucher available here