Annual Health Fair This Saturday!

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There are no more appointments available at the hospital.  Please click the link above to make an appointment to have your blood tested this Saturday at the Fair.


The 31st annual Rotary Health Fair is set for Saturday, November 1 from 7:30am - 1:00pm at the Homer High School.   “It’s Your Life … Take a Day to be Well” is the theme of the fair, sponsored by Homer Kachemak Bay Rotary Club in cooperation with South Peninsula Hospital.  Over 60 exhibitors will be available to offer various health screenings and services, including blood pressure, vision tests, hearing tests, flu shots, fitness tests and more.


As part of the health fair, comprehensive blood analysis is available for only $40, a sizeable discount from the average cost of a comparable test. In addition to the basic wellness test, additional tests available for purchase include prostate ($35), thyroid ($35), cardiac crp ($45), vitamin D ($65) and hemoglobin A1C glucose test ($35).  See complete list of test descriptions here.


Appointments for both the day of the fair or at the hospital can be made through the links above, or those without computer access can leave a message on the health fair hotline at 399-3158. No food or drink, only water, should be consumed 10-12 hours prior to the test. In all cases prescription medication should be taken and diabetics should not fast.  Please pay by cash or check, made payable to Rotary.

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