The Healthy Summer Screening Series with take place at three of the System’s freestanding ERs in June and July.
Summer is a great time to get your health in order, including getting those preventive screenings that you put off in the earlier part of the year. To help you get healthy and stay healthy, South Texas Health System will be hosting its Healthy Summer Screening Series at three of its freestanding emergency departments throughout June and July.
The free screenings include blood pressure checks, Body Mass Index (BMI) screenings, glucometer checks, as well as important information on recommended screenings for men and women. You will also have the opportunity to speak with STHS staff about additional screening options available, including cash pricing on laboratory and radiology services available at the freestanding emergency departments.
The first screening will take place on Saturday, June 25, on the grounds of South Texas Health System ER Mission and continue in the month of July. The schedule is as follows:
South Texas Health System ER Mission: Saturday, June 25 from 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m
South Texas Health System ER McColl: Saturday, July 9 from 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m
South Texas Health System ER Weslaco: Saturday, July 23 from 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m
There will be live music and free snacks and beverages will be provided.
For more information on South Texas Health System’s screening and diagnostic services or to schedule a screening at one of our locations, visit SouthTexasHealthSystem.com.
Who: South Texas Health System Freestanding Emergency Departments
What: Healthy Summer Screening Series
When: Saturday, June 25 – Saturday, July 23
Where: South Texas Health System ER Mission, South Texas Health System ER McColl and South Texas Health System ER Weslaco
About South Texas Health System
South Texas Health System is a multi-hospital healthcare system serving patients throughout the Rio Grande Valley. The system includes four hospital campuses with specialties in pediatrics, heart and vascular services, maternity and women’s health and trauma services. Treatment for behavioral health needs and addictive disorders is also provided through the system’s South Texas Health System Behavioral Health campus location. South Texas Health System is affiliated with the South Texas Clinical Partners ACO, Prominence Health Plan, and Cornerstone Regional Hospital. The system operates an advanced Level II Trauma Center at South Texas Health System McAllen, the first and only pediatric ER at South Texas Health System Children’s, a specialized cardiac ER at South Texas Health System Heart, and six freestanding emergency rooms located in and around Weslaco, Mission, Edinburg, McAllen, and Alamo. For more information on the system, please visit www.southtexashealthsystem.com.
Physicians are independent practitioners who are not employees or agents of South Texas Health System. The hospital shall not be liable for actions or treatments provided by physicians.