WESTFIELD REGIONAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT
April 26, 2008 (9:00am-11:00am).
LOCATION: Westfield Municipal Building- Community Room: 425 East Broad St, Westfield, NJ 07090
FREE RAFFLE: - Trader Joe’s Gift Basket
FREE Health Screenings:
- Free Pulmonary Function Testing- Overlook Hospital
- Free Blood Pressure Screening – Medical Reserve Corp
- Free Hearing Exam – VP Audiology
- Free Chiropractic Consultation(Balance Testing & Posture Analysis) – Dr. Mastropietro
- Free Blood Glucose Testing– Westfield Health Department
- Free Massage – Therapeutic Massage Training Center
- Free Anemia Screening – Westfield Health Department
- Free Lead Testing for Children Under 6 years of age – Westfield Health Dept.
- AND MUCH MORE!
GET YOUR BLOODWORK DONE: Test options available for minimal fees:
- Complete Chemistry, Lipid Panel and CBC for only $17.00
- TSH $10.00
- T4 $5.00
- PSA $30.00
- Blood and Rh Type $10.00
- Iron $5.00
- C-Reactive Protein $20.00
- Hepatitis Immunity Titer $25.00
- Hepatitis C Screening $25.00
- Urinalysis $10.00
- CA-125 $30.00
- Lyme Antibody $30.00
BLOODWORK REQUIREMENTS: Pre-registration with the Health Department. Please come to the Health Department from April 7th to April 23rd to register from 9:00am to 4:00pm
Registration Location: 425 East Broad Street in Westfield, NJ.
ONLY residents of Fanwood, Garwood, Mountainside, New Providence, Roselle Park, Springfield, Summit and Westfield are eligible for this service.
FREE PNEUMOCOCCAL PNEUMONIA VACCINATIONS
· Pre-registration with the Health Department is required (pre-registration will occur April 7th – April 23, 2008 from 9:00am to 4:00pm
· Service ONLY for residents of Fanwood, Garwood, Mountainside, New Providence, Roselle Park, Springfield, Summit and Westfield.
· If you are eligible for Medicare Part B please bring card at time of registration
Pneumococcal Pneumonia vaccine to be given to all adults 65 years of age and older and those with:
• diabetes mellitus• chronic pulmonary or cardiac disease• sickle cell disease• asplenia
• nephrotic syndrome• immune problems• alcoholism• chronic liver disease
Pneumococcal Pneumonia revaccination is recommended if:
• first dose was given before age 65 and 5 years have elapsed since the first dose• unknown immunization status• may be indicated for patients with diabetes, cardiovascular disease, immunodeficiency and high-risk condition.