Saturday, March 8, 2014
East Cooper Medical Center (ECMC) is hosting a free health event on Saturday, March 15. Our “Shoot for Good Health” event will offer free health screenings and physician consultations such as cholesterol, diabetes, blood pressure and fitness assessments. Take this opportunity to know your health stats and learn how to improve your score.
The event will take place from 9 a.m. – noon in the main lobby of the hospital. Learn more about East Cooper's Sports Medicine Program as you attend a free seminar entitled “Injury Prevention for the Everyday Athlete,” given by the Medical Director of East Cooper Sports Medicine, Dr. David Geier. The seminar will take place from 10–11 a.m. College of Charleston basketball players will also make a special appearance at this event.
There's no cost to attend, but please call or go online to reserve your space. Space is limited for health screenings. Call 843-884-7031 or visit www.eastcoopermedctr.com and click “Find an Event.” This event will take place in the main lobby of East Cooper Medical Center located at 2000 Hospital Dr., Mount Pleasant, S.C. Refreshments will be served.
East Cooper Medical Center, part of Tenet Healthcare, is a 130-bed acute care hospital located at 2000 Hospital Dr. in Mount Pleasant. East Cooper Medical Center has been providing healthcare to the East Cooper community since 1986. They provide a number of services including 24-hour emergency care, women's and children's services, diagnostic imaging and interventional services, orthopedics, sports medicine, pain care, adult and pediatric rehabilitation services, wound care services and surgical care, including nationally recognized spine surgery and breast reconstruction surgery. East Cooper Medical Center is accredited by The Joint Commission, the nation's oldest and largest hospital accreditation agency.
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