Health Screenings for the Uninsured

October 8, 2014

United Memorial Medical Center and the Cancer Services Partnership will provide free health screenings to Genesee County women between the ages of 40-64 with no insurance or high deductibles, on Wednesday, October 29th from 4-8 pm at the Jerome Center, 16 Bank Street, Batavia. Appointments are necessary for some of the screenings.

For women age 40-64, nurse midwife, Cecilia Stearns, MSN will perform women’s health screenings, including pap smears, pelvic exams and clinical breast exams.  Additional services available at the event include mammography, total cholesterol and take home colorectal cancer screening kits.

All screenings will be provided at no charge. Funds are available for follow-up care if necessary. Please call United Memorial’s Healthy Living Department to schedule an appointment at 585.344.5331. Light refreshments, health information and free giveaways will also be available.

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