CRANFORD — The Community Initiatives Program of Trinitas Regional Medical Center will host a Health Expo open to the community at Union County College’s Cranford campus at 1033 Springfield Ave. in Cranford on Wednesday, June 1 from 4 – 7 p.m.
The three-hour event will feature health testing such as cholesterol screening, blood sugar analysis, blood pressure checks, and body fat analysis. Demonstrations of Zumba, the Latin-inspired exercise workout, are also planned. Photo opportunities with specially-trained canine volunteers who visit patients at Trinitas Regional Medical Center and the Trinitas Comprehensive Cancer Center will delight dog lovers. Information booths will display the programs and services that Trinitas Regional Medical Center offers to the community.
Designed for both adults and children, the Health Expo will give residents of Union County the opportunity to learn more about Trinitas Regional Medical Center and obtain information from many of the physicians who are affiliated with the medical center.
“Trinitas is providing this free event so that members of communities beyond our home city of Elizabeth may have a greater awareness of the many services and programs that we offer,” explains Nancy DiLiegro, PhD, FACHE, Vice President, Clinical Services. “Trinitas is an outstanding medical center that offers a wide range of inpatient and outpatient services, many of which boast award-winning status and recognition, as well as nationally-renowned specialists. The community at large deserves fine health care and Trinitas Regional Medical Center can be a valuable resource for such services.”
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