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Doctors Hospital Offers Free Education Series


Doctors Hospital, part of OhioHealth, is offering a series of free educational seminars open to the public on Saturdays throughout the month of April. Each seminar will offer a free gift to participants.

* April 12: Which Tests? What Adults Need to Know to Stay Healthy
Working to stay healthy is easier than waiting until you’re sick to see a doctor. Learn how to take charge of your health with a better understanding of the preventive care, tests and screenings you should have and why. Presented by Ann Sage, DO, Family Medicine at Darby Creek. All attendees will receive a free blood pressure check and free adult screening checkup checklist.
* April 19: Keeping Your Teen Healthy - a Road Map to Help Parents with the Teen Years
Most teens only show up to the doctor when they are ill, injured or need a sports physical, but they need healthcare support more than ever. Presented by Lori Grennan, DO, Family Medicine at Darby Creek. All attendees will receive a free copy of the book Be a Parent, Not a Pushover: A Guide to Raising Happy, Emotionally Healthy Teens by Maryann Rosentha.
* April 26: Diabetes Doesn’t Happen Overnight - Learn to Prevent Diabetes
Diabetes is a serious medical condition. With lifestyle changes, a condition known as pre-diabetes can be prevented from developing into active disease. Learn how to help prevent Type 2 diabetes with healthy lifestyle habits and paying attention to specific complications or warning signs associated with this disease. Presented by David DeWalt, DO, DeWalt Family Medicine. All attendees will receive a free glucose screening test.

Doctors Hospital is located at 5100 W. Broad Street. All classes will be held in Classroom C on the first floor from 10 to 11 a.m. Call (614) 4-HEALTH to register. Seating is limited and registration is required.


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