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St. Luke’s Episcopal Church
The Chautauqua Center will partner with St. Luke’s Episcopal Church to offer a Community Health Fair on Saturday, December 8th. The event will include a variety of health and education offerings including: Oral Health Screenings, blood pressure checks, glucose testing stations and a walk-in Flu clinic. There will also be information available regarding smoking cessation support, wellness and nutrition and assistance with health insurance through the New York State marketplace.
The American Red Cross will be available with information about emergency preparedness, upcoming blood donation events, volunteerism and services to the Armed Forces.
All ages are welcome to attend the free family-friendly event, which will also include children’s play areas, interactive activities, and games as well as healthy refreshments.
With offices in Jamestown and Dunkirk, the Chautauqua Center is a federal qualified health center that provides family medicine and wellness outpatient services to individuals of all ages. Services include Primary Care, Dental and Behavioral Health.
“At St. Luke’s we work diligently to be a center of healing. “says the Rev. Luke Fodor, Rector of St. Luke’s. “We take our name from Luke the Patron Saint of Physicians and healing and strive to be a place of healing not only for the Spirit and the mind, but the body. We are delighted to partner with the Chautauqua Center to provide for the physical care of those in need. We hope everyone will join us.”
This event is the second of several community-oriented open house offerings that will be available to the local community. For more information, contact Alicia Eckstrom at (716) 484–4334.