Community Health & Wellness Fair
The annual Community Health & Wellness Fair is perfect for all ages.
Join us to learn about health and wellness services, including skin care,
heart care, diabetes, cancer and so much more. Southeast Georgia Health
System physicians and specialists, as well as community health-focused
organizations, are available to offer helpful information about children
and adult health care services. Don't miss out on free and low-cost
screenings, free medication reviews with a pharmacist and many more informative
and fun-filled activities.
2019 Event Information
Brunswick Health Fair
When: Saturday, June 15 at 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Where: Brunswick High School, 3885 Altama Ave., Brunswick, GA 31520
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Camden Health Fair
When: Saturday, August 17 at 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Where: Camden County Recreation Center, 1050 Wildcat Dr., Kingsland, GA 31548
Free Health Screenings
Some of the free screenings offered at the Community Health & Wellness
- Blood pressure
- Bone density
- GAIT Analysis
- Prostate PSA
- Pulse oximetry
- Skin checks
Free Medication Review
Bring all your medication bottles (prescription, over-the-counter and vitamins).
A Health System pharmacist will discuss your medications with you.
Some of the low-cost screenings offered at the Community Health &
Wellness Fairs include:
- Heart Health: $25 includes electrocardiogram (EKG) and lipid profile (12
hour fasting necessary). Appointments recommended; call 855-ASK-SGHS (855-275-7447)
- Mammograms (screening): Insurance is accepted; financial assistance is
available to patients who qualify. Call 855-ASK-SGHS (855-275-7447) to schedule.
Additional activities at the Community Health & Wellness Fairs include
a children’s teddy bear clinic, fire safety house, car seat safety
check and more!
For more information about upcoming Community Health & Wellness Fairs
or to make an appointment, call 855-ASK-SGHS (855-275-7447).
Do Something Great For Your Health
Healthy Partners, Summer 2018
Want to learn more about the Health Fair, prostate screenings and how
early detection can save your life? Read our featured article in the Summer
2018 issue of Healthy Partners!