Nurses from the St. Luke Health Services Adult Day Health Care Program will offer free blood pressure and blood sugar screenings to the public during the Oswego Farmer’s Market on Thursday, September 11th from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The screenings will be offered at the St. Luke bus, on Oneida Street at the market.
“This is a great opportunity for folks to receive valuable health screenings free of charge,” said Sheryl Harrison, St. Luke Adult Day Health Care program director. “We have provided hundreds of free screenings to people of all ages throughout Oswego County. I urge anyone who is interested to stop and see us. The screenings only take a few minutes and the information they provide can be valuable to your health.”
St. Luke staff will be available to answer questions about the services they provide, including programs like Adult Day Health Care. Ms. Harrison added, “The Adult Day Health Care program is a medical-model day care providing a full compliment of medical and recreational opportunities and resources for our registrants. Full day and five hour sessions are available and transportation can be arranged for Oswego County residents.”
St. Luke Health Services is a non-denominational, not-for-profit healthcare provider that has been serving the Greater-Oswego County community for over thirty-three years. The largest provider of residential skilled nursing and rehabilitation services in Oswego County, St. Luke serves 200 residents daily. Services include Short-Stay Rehabilitation, Adult Day Health Care and Providence Care, the only residential skilled nursing setting in Oswego County designed to meet the needs of residents with dementia-related illnesses. Visit St. Luke on the web at www.stlukehs.com.
If anyone has questions about the screenings or Adult Day Health Care at St. Luke, they can contact Ms. Harrison at 342-3166, extension 121.