IF YOU GO
* What: Erlanger Health Fair at Chattanooga Market.
* When: 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3.
* Where: First Tennessee Pavilion, 1829 Reggie White Blvd.
* Admission: Free.
* Website: www.ChattanoogaMarket.com.
ON THE EPB STAGE
12:30 p.m. Dana Rogers
2 p.m. Metro Musicians
Curious about your body mass index? Had your blood pressure checked lately? Having trouble sleeping?
You can find out about those and other medical questions, as well as get tips on living a healthy lifestyle, from medical experts Sunday, Nov. 3, at the Erlanger Healthcare Systems Health Fair at Chattanooga Market.
Along with the market’s normal offerings of recipe ideas, fresh foods, arts and crafts, 27 Erlanger departments and affiliates will be on hand to provide free screenings, services and insight.
“This is such a wonderful opportunity for us to meet local and regional residents and talk to them about their medical needs or provide information on various health topics,” says Renee Levesque, Erlanger community relations specialist, in a news release.
Melissa Siragusa, the market’s director of marketing and public relations, says Erlanger’s activities are a good fit with the market’s goals.
“At Chattanooga Market, we want to promote a lifestyle that involves eating well, playing hard and living in a way that benefits your healthy well-being,” she says. “We’re thankful for Erlanger supporting our mission and enjoy seeing the community benefit through their free services at their day with us.”
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