Granby Health Fair provides complimentary health screenings

Free Health Screenings and More at Granby Health Fair: Investing in Community Health is Essential

The Granby Health Fair is a collaborative effort between Granby Rotary, Middle Park Health, and Grand County EMS to promote the health and well-being of the community. The fair will take place on Saturday, May 11 at Granby Elementary School from 7:30-11:30 a.m.

Attendees will have the opportunity to interact with local health care providers from a wide range of practices and specialties. Professionals will be available to answer questions and provide free consultations in a designated area at the fair. In addition to free medical screenings, attendees will also have access to free child care services during the event.

Free health screenings offered at the fair include blood pressure checks, diabetes screening, stress tests, skin checks, and more. These screenings are crucial for detecting potential health risks and diseases, especially those that may not exhibit early warning signs. Results of the screenings will be provided on-site for attendees.

The press release emphasizes the importance of investing in one’s health, stating that “Health is wealth.” Whether attendees are health enthusiasts looking to learn more about different medical fields or individuals seeking free medical screenings or community members interested in health and wellness, the Granby Health Fair has something for everyone. In addition to free health screenings, attendees can receive free mugs by bringing a throw rug as removing these common hazards can reduce the risk of falling among older adults.

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