Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center sets health fair, fit run for April 12

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The annual Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center (CVRMC) Health Fair is scheduled for Saturday, April 12, beginning with the “Get Fit Run” at 8 a.m. on the east side of the hospital campus.  All runners/walkers are asked to park at the Gila County buildings on Besich Drive.  Booths, screenings, and other activities will start at 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.

The “Get Fit Run” is always a popular community event with every registered runner/walker receiving a small token, courtesy of Dr. Mir Ali and the Cobre Valley Heart Institute, for taking a step to better health.  The “Get Fit Run” was organized in 2011 to stress the importance of exercise.  Runners/walkers and stroller-pushers can register at www.CVRMC.org and click on the “2014 Health Fair” button.  

Health screenings including blood pressure, glucose check, cholesterol check, sleep assessments, breast lump detection, and much more health information will be provided by the professional staff of CVRMC along with the health, wellness, and safety experts of our communities, county, and state.

Children’s activities, raffles, a craft fair, and car show are all part of the fair!  Music, give-a-ways and much more will add to the fun for the day! 

CVRMC is committed to wellness in our communities with the knowledge that a healthier community is a more productive community.  Together, with our many partnerships in health, wellness, physical fitness, and safety, we can grow to a healthier community.  For more information, please call (928) 402-1141 or visit www.cvrmc.org, click on the “2014 Health Fair” button. 

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