Rotary Club, CCMH Announce Comprehensive Blood Analysis

How are you feeling?  If you have been feeling a bit “off” recently or if you’d just like to know how your body is holding up lately, then join us at this year’s Rotary/CCMH Annual Comprehensive Blood Analysis! The Blood Analysis does not require a doctor’s order and will be open to the general public this May 21, 2011 from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. at the St. Eulalia Parish Center, (located across from Sheetz in Coudersport).

HOWEVER, in an attempt to keep things moving along that day, participants will be spread among various time slots based on their PRE-REGISTRATION information. Therefore, please register promptly for your time-slot at or by calling 274-8200.

Each year, the Coudersport Rotary Club, in conjunction with the Charles Cole Memorial Hospital, makes this service available to the general public, so that people without medical insurance, and even those with medical insurance, can monitor their health annually at an affordable rate of $45.00.  This analysis is truly “comprehensive”, and includes 30 commonly requested blood tests (← link to list) including CBC, anemia, diabetes, respiratory disease, coronary heart disease, kidney disease, bone disease and more!  (PSA and TSH testing are also available at an additional and minimal fee.)

The Charles Cole Memorial Hospital does not make any money on this event and instead donates the revenues raised to our local Coudersport Rotary Club, a non-profit organization.  That money is then allocated to other local humanitarian initiatives and community-based projects throughout the area!  It’s a win-win for you and for our community and we hope to see you there!!!

Listen, even if you get bad news, “early detection” is always the best approach.  We hope that you will help us by telling everyone you know about this health screening service by posting the attached Comprehensive Blood Analysis flier in your office and other places frequented by the general public, and announce the event at your church!!!

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