Stony Brook Medicine Featured at Port Jeff Health & Wellness Fest, April 23 | | SBU News – Stony Brook News

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The annual Port Jeff Health & Wellness Fest is back again in person on Saturday, April 23, from 9 am to 1 pm at the Meadow Club in Port Jefferson.
Volunteers from Stony Brook Medicine will be on hand to share vital health information for every age. Look for handouts and giveaways from Stony Brook Cancer Center, Advanced Imaging, Nutrition, Child Life Services/Stony Brook Children’s Hospital, OBGYN, Urology, Women’s Health, the Center of Excellence for Alzheimer’s Disease, Stroke, Radiology, Pediatric Trauma, Cardiology and the Department of Medicine. Stop by for a free blood pressure screening while you’re there.
Spring is a great time for a wellness check. Visit the Port Jeff Health & Wellness Fest on Saturday and be on your way to a healthier day.
For questions, contact Joan Dickinson, assistant vice president, University and Hospital Community Relations, at Joan.Dickinson@stonybrook.edu.








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