Free Health Screenings – September 17th
HHS Hispanic Culture Club Health Fair
The Hoboken High School Hispanic Culture Club in conjunction with Jersey City Medical Center will host free medical health screenings for all members of the Hoboken Community on Saturday, September 17th, 2011 from 9am-3pm in front of Hoboken High School located at 9th & Clinton Streets.
This is one of many events that the HHS Hispanic Culture is holding to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month which is observed annually from September 15th-October 15th.
See Hudson County’s only Mobile Health Screening Unit
This past June, Jersey City Medical Center officials unveiled the hospital’s new Mobile Health Screening Unit, the first vehicle of its kind in Hudson County.
The 33-foot long custom-built vehicle has two private exam rooms, a restroom, and a waiting area. It’s also handicapped accessible.
Three to four employees will staff the vehicle, which will serve under-served parts of Hudson County and offer blood pressure checks, cholesterol tests, HIV screenings, diabetes tests, and mental health checks, among other tests.
The unit’s services are available free of charge and are fully-funded by a grant from New Jersey’s Department of Health and Senior Services, according to Matthew Zysman, counseling and testing site coordinator, at JCMC and Christopher Munoz, Teacher at Hoboken High School.
All members of the Hoboken Community are welcome.
For more information about the event please contact Christopher Munoz at Hoboken High School (201) 356-3703 or firstname.lastname@example.org