Community Health Fair to be Held by Parsippany Teachers

Dr. Ninoska Fergusson, Karen DeChristopher and Doris Latorre

PARSIPPANY — Free blood pressure checks, advice on prevention and preparedness, low cost on-site eye exams, free chiropractic and fall risk screenings are just a few of the many offerings awaiting Parsippany residents at the fourth annual community-wide health fair to be held at the Parsippany PAL Youth Center, 33 Baldwin Road, on Saturday, March 24 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Participants will be offered a wide variety of free services, ranging from cancer screenings to helpful tips on fire prevention, first aid, CPR and disaster preparedness, compliments of the Parsippany-Troy Hills Education Association.

Participating exhibitors include:
Parsippany-Troy Hills Health Department: Literature and advice about EMS, pest control, general information, questions & answers.
-St. Clare’s Hospital:  Free blood pressure checks, fall risk screenings, ambulance with EMT personnel, general information, Q&A;
-Source of Health:  Free chiropractic consultation and spinal pre-screening;
-American Red Cross:  Information and advice about first aid, CPR and disaster preparedness;
-Parsippany Fire Prevention:  Information, safety tips, literature;
-American Cancer Society:  Information about cancer screenings;
-Community Blood Services:  Full blood drive, blood pressure check, blood type ID.
-Optical Academy:  Discounted eye exams and eyewear ($30/exam, $29+ /glasses).  Reservation preferred, click here to make a reservation.

A complimentary buffet lunch will be provided for visitors to the health fair.



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