“Keeping Your Child Healthy at School” Topic of Upcoming Free Lecture
BRUNSWICK, Georgia: April 21, 2008 – Once children enter school, parents can’t always be there to make sure they are eating right, playing safe, and practicing good health hygiene. That is why Southeast Georgia Health System is offering the lecture “Keeping Your Child Healthy at School.” This presentation, part of the Health System’s ongoing series of free community lectures, is scheduled for Thursday, April 23, at 7 p.m. in the Linda S. Pinson Conference Center on the Brunswick Campus, 2415 Parkwood Drive, Brunswick.
The speaker for this presentation is board certified pediatrician William P. Bristol, MD, of the Community Care Center, a strategic affiliate of the Health System
Bristol has an undergraduate degree from Georgia Tech in Atlanta and received his medical degree from the University of Michigan Medical School. He completed his residency in pediatrics at Denver Children’s Hospital in Denver, Colorado, and a pediatric fellowship at Bronson Methodist Hospital, in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Bristol is a former dean of the Mercer University School of Medicine in Macon, Georgia, and has been practicing in Glynn County since 1986.
Following his presentation, Bristol will answer questions from the audience. Light refreshments will also be served. To reserve a seat for this lecture or any other lectures in the series, please call 912-466-5160 or register online at www.sghs.org and click on the Calendar of Events. The Community Care Center provides pediatric medical resources and reinforces medical services for the Medicaid residents of Glynn, Camden, Brantley, McIntosh, and Wayne counties. For more information, about the Center, call 912-466-5870 or visit www.sghs.com.