ILWACO — Ocean Beach Hospital and Medical Clinics will host its annual health fair Saturday, Sept. 14, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Ocean Beach Hospital in Ilwaco. It will feature information booths on over 20 community health programs and services.

“This is a great opportunity to explore our community’s local health and medical offerings,” said Tammie Jefferies, event organizer. “We’re grateful to our partners, hospital staff and friends for making this health fair such a worthwhile and fun community event and hope you will make time to attend.”

Ocean Beach Hospital’s mammographer Carea Kuhn, RT/CT, will be one of many in attendance.

While gathering information at the various tables showcasing an array of health and safety services, attendees can also get free blood screenings and bone-density screening, learn about the work being done by the Ocean Beach Hospital Foundation, meet OBH’s dietician, and more.

“Clammy Radio” will be broadcasting live from 9 to 11 a.m. and healthy refreshments will be served. Childrens’ activities and freebies will also be offered. Flu shots may be available dependent on the manufacturer’s delivery date.

Represented services and programs will include the following: Peninsula Pharmacy, Pacific County K-9 “Ciko”, 911 Tent, Life Flight, Great Rivers Behavioral Health, Willapa Behavioral Health, DSHS/Developmental Disabilities, Coastal Community Action Program, Pacific County Fire District No. 1, Pacific Integrated Martial Arts, Ocean Beach Hospital Foundation, Ocean Beach Hospital (OBH) ED/Surgery, OBH Dietician, OBH Cardio Pulmonary, OBH Community Education, OBH Mammography, and OBH Medical Group, among others.

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