CMH to provide free health screenings at Buffalo Middle and High Schools
Students at Buffalo Prairie Middle School and Buffalo High Schools will receive free health screenings on Thursday, November 3. Citizens Memorial Healthcare (CMH) and Dallas County Schools will partner to provide health screenings including height, weight, blood pressure, vision, hearing and scoliosis for students. Questions regarding the health expo should be directed to the student’s school nurse.
Each year, the CMH Health Expo staff offers free health screenings and services to more than 35 schools throughout southwest Missouri. CMH has a medical staff of nearly 120 and nearly 1,600 employees in eight counties. CMH consists of primary care and specialty physician clinics, five long-term care facilities, one residential care facility, five independent living communities, home health, hospice, homemaker plus, health transit services, home medical equipment, rehabilitation services, senior health center, a walk-in clinic located in Bolivar, as well as hospital services.
For more information on services offered at CMH, visit www.citizensmemorial.com or call the CMH Information Center at 417-328-6010 or 888-328-6010.
October 31, 2011