Lake Erie College Physician Assistant Program hosts a “Fall into Health” fair featuring free health care services In partnership with University Hospitals, Signature Health and others Sunday, October 15, 2023 – Open to the public
Lake Erie College Physician Assistant (PA) students invite the community to their “Fall into Health” fair. This FREE event will be held on Sunday, October 15, from 9 AM to 2 PM in the Osborne Family Athletic & Wellness Center, located on the corner of Gillett and Walnut Streets. Volunteers will work together to provide free medical care and health screening to all attendees. Health organizations such as University Hospitals and Signature Health will be present to provide care.
The PA organizing team is collaborating with many organizations to provide vision screening, dental care, physical exams, vital signs, women’s health, STD testing/treatment, HIV testing/treatment, vaccinations, homelessness services, community services and more.
To augment the health services being offered, free clothes, shoes, books, and haircuts will be provided while supplies last.
Services will be available at no charge because of 60 other community vendors who generously provided time and services. The students’ goal is to address the various social determinants of health for Lake County residents. Lake Erie College has partnered with University Hospitals, one of the nation's leading health care systems, to offer the Physician Assistant Program among its degree programs.
For more information, please contact the Physician Assistant team at the following website. Interested community members are asked to RSVP online but this is not required to attend. Email: email@example.com
About Lake Erie College: Guided by hope and care, our students are empowered to lead lives of personal significance and professional success as global citizens. We offer 35 undergraduate majors and master’s programs in business administration, professional studies, education, and physician assistant studies. Our students compete in 19 NCAA Division II varsity sports and on three intercollegiate equestrian teams.