Spring health fair season is ramping up
February 1, 2018
We are kicking off Alaska Health Fair’s Spring 2018 health fair season, so check out our earliest fairs, listed below. Make it to one of the spring events in your local community before the end of the season and you’ll find a variety of resources to help meet your family’s health needs and take time to enjoy some great community gatherings. These events offer great rewards for your highly prized and limited free time, with 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.
Alaska Health Fairs will be held at the following locations and times during February. For more information, call 907-278-0234 (Anchorage) or 907-374-6853 (Fairbanks); or just visit www.alaskahealthfair.org for a complete roster of our blood tests, the seasonal schedule, occasional updates, monthly announcements and newsletters on health related topics.
Feb. 3, Anchorage Gerrie Ivy Memorial Community Fair, Rogers Park First Christian Church, 3031 Latouche St.
Feb. 17, Anchorage Brother Francis Community Fair (not just for the homeless); Brother Francis Shelter, 1021 E. 3rd Ave.
Schedule your own
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 walk you through what services we can provide your agency’s employees, all conveniently located at your worksite.
We need non-medical and medical volunteers, plus experienced volunteer phlebotomists, to help us meet our mission, vision and core purpose to serve all Alaskans. Time volunteered for Alaska Health Fair meets continued competency requirements for RN license renewal. We would also love your help at the office in both Anchorage and Fairbanks. Visit 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. We thank all of our wonderful volunteers, exhibitors and local site coordinators for their tireless work to make our events worthy of your efforts to improve your overall health.