Valley Presbyterian Hospital's annual Health & Wellness Community Fair was held on October 3, 2018.
Participants sign up for free blood pressure, carotid artery, glucose, cholesterol, BMI and foot health screenings.
Valley Presbyterian Hospital's CEO Gus Valdespino serves up a free hot lunch for visitors.
A young visitor receives a free plush toy to take home.
Certified Physical Fitness Instructor Fjera Mooney teaches a Healthy Maturity class, held three times a week at VPH.
Dr. Christina Acosta talks with Health Fair visitors on October 3, 2018.
Families receive free shots at the Valley Presbyterian Hospital's annual Health & Wellness Community Fair.
Dr. Joshua Rokaw presents diabetes and other healthcare information to the Health Fair audience.
Valley Presbyterian Hospital staff provides diabetes information to Health Fair visitors.
A VPH Executive Chef provides nutritional information while demonstrating how to prepare fresh vegetables.
Visitors enjoy live music throughout the day, along with free lunch and activities for the kids.
Audience members learn about diabetes, stroke and maternal health during free presentations.
Free flu shots are given to visitors from the community during the Health Fair.
Fair participants learn about breastfeeding and other maternal health topics at VPH's annual Health Fair.
VPH staff volunteer their time to support the community during the 2018 Health & Wellness Community Fair.
Dr. Christina Acosta answers health-related questions from audience participants during her presentation.
Senior visitors participate in the free Healthy Maturity class, available on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at VPH.
Participants at the Fair receive free health screenings from Valley Presbyterian Hospital staff.
A visitor has his Body Mass Index (BMI) measured at the 2018 Health & Wellness Community Fair.
A volunteer shows a young girl how to listen for a heartbeat in her new plush toy.