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UTAH: Free Health Screenings, Dental Care Friday, Saturday in Salt Lake City




 

Salt Lake Tribune (07.09.2013)

The Junior League of Salt Lake City, Utah, is presenting its 21st annual CARE Fair on Friday and Saturday at the Horizonte Training & Instruction Center, 1234 S. Main Street, between 9:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. Low-income and uninsured individuals can receive free health screenings and other services. Women will be able to get breast and cervical cancer screenings and all adults will be able to receive dental exams, mental health assessments, vision and hearing screenings, HIV and STD screenings, and diabetes and cholesterol tests. Children’s health services will include immunizations and dental exams, including fluoride and sealant treatments. The league will distribute free child car seats and bike helmets and offer free childcare for parents receiving medical tests. No appointments or proof of insurance is required.



 


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