Where can people of all ages from Thorold and surrounding areas in Niagara speak with doctors or practitioners about their healthcare with no appointment and get free advice?
Plan to attend the Niagara Health Expo. The 6th annual event is shaping up as “a one stop shop on healthcare” at the Hotel Dieu Shaver Health and Rehabilitation Centre on Saturday, October 19, 9:30 am – 3 pm, 541 Glenridge Ave., St. Catharines ( across from Brock University).
The line-up of Expo exhibitors is growing as clinics and service providers book their booth space. Exhibitors booked for the event include:
- Henderson’s Pharmacy
- Gluckstein Lawyers
- Community Support Services Niagara
- Connect Hearing
- Elio’s Foot Comfort Centre
- Feldenkrais in Niagara
- Fung Loy Kok Institute of Taoism
- Hearing Life
- Heart to Home Meals
- Hotel Dieu Shaver
- Mental Health Solutions
- Movement Unlimited
- TOPS – Taking Off Pounds Sensibly
- Other companies to be announced.
Niagara Dailies (The Standard, Tribune and Review) are Expo media partners. Other media sponsors are expected to be confirmed soon.
Thanks to sponsors from the Thorold business community, Henderson’s Pharmacy and Gluckstein Lawyers, free admission and free parking will make it easy for visitors to connect with experts among the 30 or more exhibitors at the Expo.explained event producer, Paul Carfagnini
Visitors will be inspired to embrace a healthy lifestyle at the Expo offering demonstrations, product samples, and information hand-outs. Expert speakers at the Expo will enable healthcare professionals to connect directly with attendees in a comfortable, interactive environment. Healthcare providers can join the event to connect with people in the community, while also networking with professional colleagues.
Local residents will interact with healthcare providers to learn about their services and products. Visitors will meet local healthcare experts to learn how to make better lifestyle choices, and live an enhanced quality of life.
Attendees can expect to learn, connect, and interact with more than 30 experts at the Expo. The community-based health fair is designed to empower residents to get information and learn how to take care of their families’ health, safety, and environmental well-being.
For more information on the free community event, go to www.niagarahealthexpo.com.
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