Bronx: Black K.A.R.E. Wellness Health Fair In Co-op City

March 7, 2024

The Greater Bronx (NY) Chapter of The Links Incorporated, led by President Marilyn Ross-Moody, in conjunction with The United Nations Association.

The Association of Nigerian Physicians in America and Black K.A.R.E. ( Kidney Awareness, Resources and Education) proudly presents a Black Family Welnnes Health Fiar, on March 16, 2024, from 9 AM-1 PM. The event will be held at: St Michael the Archangel Church, 765 Co-Op City Blvd, Bronx, NY 10475

The fair will feature health screenings and information on multiple health topics. Specialists in kidney/heart disease and mental health will be available to discuss issues.

Harlem’s own Dr. Kecia Gaither, a member of the Greater Bronx (NY) Chapter of The Links Incorporated, Regional Board Member of The United Nations Association and Director of Perinatal Services/Maternal Fetal Medicine @NYC Health + Hospitals Lincoln in the Bronx will be on hand to discuss women’s/maternal health and provide information on women’s health services available at Lincoln.

All of these wonderful organizations are in alignment with the aim to uplift and support the health and wellness of the Black community.

So come on out and Raise Your Health!

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