WILDOMAR — Inland Valley Medical Center will host the largest community health fair ever hosted by the hospital with nearly 100 vendors on display from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19.
The open and free to the public event is for all ages and will feature some of the most unique and sought-after screenings will be offered completely free of charge, including screenings for Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Family Cancer Syndrome, Vein, Hypercholesterolemia, Pharmacogenetic’s, and more.
“This is by far the biggest and most diverse health fair ever hosted by the hospital,” Brian Connors, Director of Marketing, said. “We’ve got our partners from police, fire and ambulance transport, along with hands-only CPR demonstrations, stroke education, food vendors, even vendors with handbags and jewelry, plus drawing prizes every 30 minutes throughout the health fair.”
Hospital staff will also be on-site to answer any questions related to healthcare services, such as emergency/trauma, orthopedic, physical therapy, infection control, women’s services, career opportunities, and more. There will also be face painting, jumper/slide, and balloon animals for the kids.
Inland Valley Medical Center is at 36485 Inland Valley Drive in Wildomar off Interstate 15 at the Clinton Keith exit.