The University of the Ozarks’ Health Planning and Promotion Class will present the third-annual Healthy Ozarks Health Fair, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Wednesday, March 15, in the Rogers Conference Center.
The health fair is free and open to the public.
More than 30 Johnson County health partners and other health and wellness organizations from throughout the state will be at the event. There will be numerous health tests and diagnostic screenings available, including cholesterol, fasting glucose, blood pressure, vision, balance, dental, nutrition, dermatology and podiatry.
There will also be a mobile mammogram unit at the fair as well as health and wellness information from the participating vendors.
The event is part of a capstone project by the 12 students in the class of Dr. Brett Stone, associate professor of health and physical education and dean of the Business, Communication and Education Division.
According to Stone, the goal of the health fair is to raise awareness of the services available through area health agencies and to promote health and wellness among the campus and Clarksville communities.
Topics: Community Events