Clearfield Hospital to Host Health Fair

CLEARFELD – Clearfield Hospital will sponsor a health fair May 15 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Expo I Building at the Clearfield Driving Park. The expo is free and open to the public.

Information on health care topics will be available. The Clearfield Hospital Nurses Alumnae Association will take blood pressures, and other health screenings will be offered. Each vendor will hold a raffle. Food will be available for purchase.

This health fair is being held by Clearfield Hospital to celebrate National Hospital and Healthcare Week, which is May 13-19.

The following area health-care-related providers will have displays: Adagio Health, American Lung Association, American Red Cross, Bodies in Balance, Body Matrix Gym, Bright Horizons Center for Emotional Wellness, Brookville Hospital Senior Transitions Unit, Central Pennsylvania Community Action Agency, Children’s Aid Society, City Drugs of Curwensville, Clear-Care, Clearfield Community Nurses and Clearfield County Area Agency on Aging.

Also, Clearfield Hospital Nurses Alumnae, Clearfield Jefferson Drug and Alcohol Commission, Clearfield Professional Group, Clearfield Wound Clinic, Clear-Med, Comfort Keepers, Cuts Fitness for Men, Women’s Health Program of DuBois Regional Medical Center, Help Mates, Home Instead Senior Care, Joyner Sports Medicine Institute, Lifeline, Wellness and nationally certified massage therapist Delcie Alt.

Also, Mountain Laurel Nursing and Rehabilitation, Penn State Cooperative Extension, Women’s Health Task Force, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, The Cottage, Dick’s Home Care, Chester C. Chidboy Funeral Home, Colonial Courtyard, Silver Sneakers-Clearfield YMCA, Curves and Ridgeview Elder Care Rehabilitation Center.

These Clearfield Hospital departments will be represented: Food and Nutrition Services, Rehabilitation Department, Therapy Works, Home Health, Hospice, Department of Education, Nursing and Obstetrics.

A collection box will be available for vendors and attendees to deposit non-perishable food items for the local food bank.

For more information, contact Terri Polachek-Beveridge at 768-2499.

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