Womens’ Health Night
Save the date... April 8!
The 16th Annual women’s health night will be held April 8 at the ISU Bone Center.
The previous Womens' Health Night was a huge success, see our photo wrap-up here.
The goal of Women’s Health Night is to provide as many free educational opportunities as possible at no charge to the community. Participation from both Advocate BroMenn Medical Center and OSF St. Joseph Medical Center, as well as local health related businesses. This we have for you:
- Health screenings
- Over 60 Booths by local health-related businesses
- Interactive Fitness Demonstrations
- Presentations by physicians and other health care providers
Free Health Screenings
- NO NEED TO FAST
- Bone Density
- Blood Pressure
- Skin Cancer Screening
- Non-fasting Cholesterol
- Peripheral Vascular Disease
- Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD)
Contact us if you're interested in helping us sponsor this fantastic event.
In the spirit of keeping the event free and available to those of all income levels, sales of products or services at the Women’s Health Night is not allowed, however, many businesses do choose to offer coupons or discounts that may be used at a later visit to their facilities.
Share your Story
Share your success about positive lifestyle changes you have made a result of attending Womens' Health Night.
First held in 2001, 500 women attended the annual event. Women’s Health Night has grown to be the largest free Community Health Fair in McLean County with over 2,000 women and men attending. It was the first major project of the newly-formed Illinois Heart and Lung Foundation and remains a focus of the Foundation’s current efforts to provide education and resources to improve the health of the community.
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