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  • Writer's pictureSalisa Westrick

Promoting Preventive Healthcare: Our Experience at Auburn CityFest 2024

This year, our team had the privilege of participating in the vibrant atmosphere of Auburn CityFest 2024. Amidst the bustling crowds and lively displays, we were on a mission to raise awareness about the importance of preventive healthcare, particularly focusing on Medicare-covered services.

Our booth ducated attendees about the significance of early detection and regular screenings in maintaining optimal health. We highlighted essential preventive services such as mammograms, colonoscopies, and recommended vaccines, emphasizing the critical role they play in disease prevention and early intervention.

One of our primary messages was the importance of taking proactive steps towards one's health. We encouraged visitors not to wait for symptoms to manifest but to seize the opportunity to safeguard their well-being through preventive measures. By stressing the accessibility of Medicare-covered services, we aimed to empower individuals to prioritize their health without financial barriers.

Throughout the day, our team engaged in meaningful conversations with attendees, addressing their questions about preventive services. We provided valuable resources and information to help them make informed decisions about their health and navigate the healthcare system effectively.

As advocates for community health, we believe that raising awareness is just the first step towards making a lasting impact. Our ultimate goal is to inspire individuals to take charge of their health journey and proactively pursue preventive measures. By working together, one person at a time, we can create a healthier, happier community.

We extend our gratitude to Auburn CityFest for providing us with the opportunity to spread awareness and connect with the community. Together, let's prioritize preventive healthcare and strive towards a healthier future for all.

Stay tuned for more updates on our ongoing efforts to promote wellness and preventive care in our community.

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