November 30, 2022
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United Way Health Checks coming to Monroe County

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Ciera Dumas (center), a nursing student at Eastern Michigan University, assists at a previous United Way Health Check. Dianne Rudolph of Temperance fills out a quality of life survey, while Tashauna Cuberson (far left) of EMU asks Shirley Jay of Newport to fill out the survey.
This year’s fall United Way Health Checks are Oct. 6 and Nov. 3.

Two Health Checks have been set in Monroe County.

Free and low-cost tests and services will be offered on Oct. 6 at Heritage Baptist Church, 612 Strasburg Rd. in Monroe, and on Nov. 3 at Carleton United Methodist Church, 11435 Grafton Rd. in Carleton. Both will be open from 8 a.m. to noon. A 12-hour fast from food and water is recommended; medications can be taken with a water.

The events are offered by the United Way of Monroe/Lenawee Counties and ProMedica Monroe Regional Hospital, along with three major partners, Retired and Senior Volunteer Program, Family Medical Center and the Monroe County Health Department. Initial funding for the project comes from ProMedica Monroe Regional Hospital and the United Way of Monroe/Lenawee Counties, while the partners conduct all the testing, lab work and supply staffing and volunteers. 



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