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Heart Fair is Tuesday at East Georgia Regional

East Georgia Regional Medical Center will host a Heart Fair for the community on Tuesday from 4-6 p.m. in the Education classroom of the hospital on Fair Road. Community members will have the opportunity to learn more about heart health, as well as other valuable health and wellness information. 

Nurses will be on-site to provide free blood pressure checks, attendees can take a heart risk assessment, and there will be a great “hands-only” CPR training provided by local EMS partners. Dietitians will be on-site to provide healthy meal tips and give heart healthy recipes that you can easily make at home. 

There will be education on vein care, smoking cessation, automated external defibrillator (AED) usage, and attendees will meet representatives from the American Heart Association. Dr. Kendall Griffith, local cardiologist in Statesboro, will give an informative presentation at 4:30 pm, with a question and answer session afterward. 

To register for this free event, visit


Baby Fair set for Saturday at EGRMC's Women's Pavilion

East Georgia Regional Medical Center will host a Baby Fair for the community on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Women’s Pavilion, located at 1499 Fair Road in Statesboro. 

This year’s Baby Fair will provide the most comprehensive information available for all things pre- and post-pregnancy to newborns, infants and toddlers. 

The free event will feature demonstrations, experts and exhibits ranging from car seat safety to infant health. 

All attending the Baby Fair will have the opportunity to meet some of the area’s healthcare providers, including physicians, obstetric and lactation nurses, and health and wellness partners. 

There will be tours provided of the Women’s Pavilion on Fair Road, plus a ‘Teddy Bear Clinic’ and other activities for young children.  

To register to attend this free Baby Fair, visit

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