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FLORIDA: Genesis Health Center to Provide Free HIV Testing Saturday


Sun Sentinel (12.04.2013)

Sun Sentinel reported that Genesis Community Health, a nonprofit health clinic in Boynton Beach, Fla., together with Families First of Palm Beach County and Pathways to Prosperity, will provide free HIV testing on December 7 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., in honor of World AIDS Day. Genesis will offer free medical services, including HIV rapid testing that takes 15 minutes, HIV/AIDS education, and physicals, as well as a consultation with a health provider. DeAnna Warren, Genesis Community Health CEO, defined the goal as “to target the Boynton Beach community and provide HIV/AIDS education and HIV testing, as well as spark dialogue about stopping the spread of HIV/AIDS among all populations.” The screening will be at St. John Missionary Baptist Church, 900 North Seacrest Boulevard, in Boynton Beach. For information, call (561) 735–6553 or visit


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