The Department of Community Education strives to prevent disease, support wellness, and empower self-care by improving the health of the communities we serve through education, awareness, outreach, and prevention and screening activities. Please see below for our health education offerings.
- Colorectal cancer and prevention
- Heart health
- Injury prevention
- Prostate cancer
- Women’s health
- Blood pressure
- Prostate (PSA-blood draw only)
For more information, please call the Department of Community Education at (516) 377-5333.
All programs are offered FREE of charge.
Calendar of Events
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The Truth About Flu
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Clincal Research Day
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