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Posted by on Dec 14, 2012 |

Helping Your Community This Holiday Season

Helping Your Community This Holiday Season

What better time than the holidays to help your community? How can you help make your community a better place to live? Take a few minutes to fill out Adventist HealthCare’s Community Health Needs Survey.

Your important feedback will help us identify unmet health needs in our community. The results will guide much-needed outreach and wellness programs in the area to keep our community as healthy as possible.

You may know Adventist HealthCare through the many events we hold throughout the year to help educate the community on important health topics. For example, perhaps you received a flu shot at one of our Help Stop the Flu community clinics. Adventist HealthCare provides a total of 1,000 flu shots for the community each year to help keep people healthy.

Through our Shady Grove Adventist Hospital and Washington Adventist Hospital, Adventist HealthCare also provides free cancer screenings each year. These important screenings are for common cancers including breast, prostate, skin, colorectal and thyroid.

We also provide free health screenings throughout the year at community events such as the Burtonsville Day Celebration, the First Annual Latino Health Fair in Wheaton and the Celebrate Gaithersburg Festival. Our larger community events held at Westfield Montgomery Mall include the Pink Fling breast cancer event and Love Your Heart, which focuses on heart health.

We are honored to be the community’s choice for care and we invite you to be part of our work by taking our community health needs survey today.

Learn more about why a community health needs survey is important and thank you for your participation!

Adventist HealthCare

Adventist HealthCare, based in Gaithersburg, Md., is a faith-based, not-for-profit organization of dedicated professionals who work together each day to provide excellent wellness, disease management and health-care services to the community.

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