Human Resources Manager Lisa Silvertooth helped schedule a Sarasota County Health in Motion Medical Mobile Unit session for Longboat Key Feb. 15 at Bayfront Park.
The mobile unit will be available 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. for all residents at the park, 4052 Gulf of Mexico Drive, and includes the following services at no charge to all Key residents:
• Blood pressure checks
• Diabetes-glucose screenings
• Body mass index testing
• HIV testing
• Assistance with locating ongoing medical care
• Tips for staying healthy
For more information, contact Silvertooth at 316-1999 or call Sarasota County at 861-5000 or 685-3572. More information can also be found at www.sarasotahealth.org.
Click here to view a pamphlet of the event.
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