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Make your home a no flu zone flu clinics - Scott&White Healthcare

College Station University Drive Clinic, 1700 University Drive E College Station, TX
Flu season is here again, and this one simple step can help you and your family stay healthy this winter. Scott & White clinics offer traditional and nasal vaccinations (preservative-free options are available), and high-dose vaccines (for ages 65 and up).

979-691-3300, flu.sw.org


Make your home a no flu zone flu clinic- Scott & White Healthcare

College Station University Drive Clinic, 1700 University Drive East, College Station
Flu season is here again, and this one simple step can help you and your family stay healthy this winter. Scott & White clinics offer traditional and nasal vaccinations (preservative-free options are available), and high-dose vaccines (for ages 65 and up).

979-691-3300 or flu.sw.org


Scott&White Breast Cancer Awareness Open House

S&W Healthcare Rock Prairie Clinic, 800 Scott & White Drive, College Station, TX 77845
October is breast cancer awarenes month. Join us in Women's Imaging, 2nd floor for refreshments, giveaways and information about mammograms and women's imagaing services. No reservation required.

979-691-3049


Community Health Fair

Bryan, TX
The Brazos Valley Council of Governments (BVCOG), in partnership with Blinn College, will be holding a Community Health Fair on Wednesday, October 1st, 2014 from 1:00PM – 5:00PM. The health fair will be held at the Brazos Valley Council of Governments Center for Regional Services at 3991 E. 29th St, Bryan, TX 77802.



Nursing students from Blinn College will be answering medical questions as well as conducting checks for:


• High blood pressure


• Diabetes


• Vision and hearing


• Heights and weights



Participating agencies include:


• City of College Station


• City of Bryan


• Brazos County Health Department


• Workforce Solutions


• Brazos Valley Council of Independent Living


• Area Agency on Aging


• BVCAA Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)


• National Alliance for Mental Illness


• Maximus

Karla Flanagan, Housing Choice Voucher Program Manager, Brazos Valley Council of Governments, Phone Number 979-595-2800 ext. 2081,


"Heart to Heart" about Turner Syndrome

Independent Bank, 1503 Rivery Blvd, Georgetown, Texas 78626
Pediatric Cardiologist, Dr. Greg Johnson, will be speaking to the central Texas Group of the Turner Syndrome Society of the US about the cardiovascular implications of Turner Syndrome. Sandwiches will be provided/catered by Subway. Donations/memberships to the TSSUS appreciated/optional

Sarah Keip, Central Texas group leader 512-293-1590