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Oct. 13: Free Health Fair at Jackson Street Church of Christ


 

Healthy Tennessee, a non-profit organization founded by Vanderbilt Trauma Surgeon Dr. Manny Sethi, is providing a free health fair on Saturday, October 13th from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Jackson Street Church of Christ located at 1408 Jackson Street in Nashville. United Healthcare and Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee are also sponsoring the health fair which will be focused on helping local citizens connect with local health care providers.

"We've had very successful health fairs in Nashville previously such as the one on Jefferson Street in 2016. We look forward to partnering with great groups such as the Jackson Street Church of Christ to bring the very best health care providers and options to our fellow neighbors," said Dr. Manny.
Dozens of physicians, nurses, and healthy lifestyle companies will provide free health screenings, educational conversations with doctors, free health-related products, and tools for local residents to lead better, healthier lives.


Healthy Tennessee Free Health Fair
Jackson Street Church of Christ
1408 Jackson Street, Nashville, TN 37208
Saturday, October 13th, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm


Free booth spaces are still available to local health-focused organizations and companies that want to reach out to attendees.

Some of the featured offerings include:
• Healthcare Providers On-Site Health Focused Exhibitors Drawings / Giveaways
• Food Distribution
• Opioid Drug Take-Back
• Free Health Screenings for All Ages
• Blood Pressure Screening
• Height / Weight Screening
• Glucose Screenings
• Well Child Checks
• Bone / Soft Tissue Injuries Retinal Eye Screenings Allergy Screenings

For more information please email info@myhealthytennessee.com or visit myhealthytennessee.com

 
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