FARMINGTON — The Healthy Community Coalition of Greater Franklin County Mobile Health Unit will offer free screenings and other services daily during the Farmington Fair. Local health care providers will join Healthy Community Coalition staff on the Mobile Health Unit throughout the week. Each day features a different theme and services.

The Mobile Health Unit will be open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Blood pressure checks and general health information is offered daily.

Daily themes and services include:

• Sunday: body composition analysis, affordable health care act health insurance education and assistance, and safe driving contracts for teens and parents.

• Monday: breast cancer awareness and nutrition education and resources. Sue Eastler, FNP, will offer clinical breast exams and answering general questions.

• Tuesday: bone density screenings and cancer prevention. Dr. Sharmila Das-Wattley will be available to answer foot health questions and Sue Eastler, FNP will offer clinical breast exams and answering general questions.

• Wednesday, Sept. 23: safe driving contracts for teens and parents, substance abuse, physical activity, and 5210 Let’s Go information. Dr. Tom Pulling will be available to answer sports medicine questions from 2-4 p.m.;

• Thursday, Sept. 24: cholesterol screenings and cancer prevention education. Dr. Kimberly Gooch will offer clinical breast exams and answering general questions from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

• Friday, Sept. 25: body composition analysis, non-invasive colon cancer screening kits, and safe driving contracts for teens and parents.

• Saturday, Sept. 26: safe driving contracts for teens and parents, substance abuse, physical activity, and 5210 Let’s Go information.

All services are provided free. Donations are accepted. For more information, contact Janis Walker at 779-2750 or [email protected].

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