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Alaska Health Fair, Inc. 

November is fall season finale for health fairs

 

November 1, 2017



We are nearing the end of Alaska Health Fair’s fall 2017 health fair season, so check out one of the November 2017 events. They offer free health screenings, health and safety education, plus 11 affordable blood tests and other services. These tests can help you learn about your overall health and detect potential problems early, when treatment or changes in personal habits can be most effective. For a complete roster of our affordable, comprehensive and private tests check out http://www.alaskahealthfair.org.  

For more information, call 907-278-0234 (Anchorage) or 907-374-6853 (Fairbanks).  If you’re interested in bringing an Alaska Health Fair event to your place of employment (as dozens of companies do), just give us a call; and we can talk/walk you through what services we can provide your agency’s employees (all conveniently located at your worksite).

Volunteers needed

We need non-medical and medical volunteers, plus individuals who can draw blood to help us meet our mission, vision and core purpose to serve all Alaskans. We would also love your help at the office in both Anchorage and Fairbanks. Check out our website at http://www.alaskahealthfair.org and select the volunteer tab at the top of the main page. It just takes moments to complete and submit the form to let us know you’re interest in supporting Alaska residents.

Health fairs this month

Nov. 4, Fairbanks “Men’s Wellness Community Fair,” by Fairbanks Memorial Hospital at Fairbanks Imaging Center, 1650 Cowles Ave. 8 a.m. to noon.  This event is open to everyone, with a focus on men’s health, but education for all types of individuals.  Final fall 2017 health fair in the Tanana Valley area!

Nov. 4, Kenai Community Fair at Kenai Senior Center, 361 Senior Court, 8 a.m. to noon. For all veterans, whether or not enrolled in the VA Healthcare system; the first 50 veterans are eligible to receive a free 27 panel chemistry/hematology test and Vitamin D test and an electronic health records flash drive. RVHAP is part of the Rural and Community Health Systems Section, Division of Public Health, Alaska Department of Health and Social Services. Funded by the HRSA Office of Rural Health Policy Grant # H3GRH26369-02-00.

Nov. 8, Nome Blood draw services at Nome Recreation Center, 7 a.m. to noon and Community Health Fair Screenings & Exhibits at Norton Sound Regional Hospital, 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Come enjoy this annual event at both locations for the some great health services.

Nov. 11, Anchorage Community Fair at University Center Mall, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Final health fair of the season! With flu shots brought to you by Walgreens.

 
 

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