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Appointments Available for Free Trios Health Screenings

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Trios Health will hold two free "Heart Smart" health screening events on February 14th and 15th to the first 130 people who register by Wednesday, January 15th. Trios Health will hold two free "Heart Smart" health screening events on February 14th and 15th to the first 130 people who register by Wednesday, January 15th.

KENNEWICK, WA - Trios Health says it's not too late to sign up for free health screenings in February.

Registration is now open for the free "Heart Smart" health screening events on February 14th and 15th. Trios says as of January 20th, there are 4 appointments available on Friday the 14th in the afternoon. On Saturday the 15th, there are 29 appointments available, mainly in the afternoon.

The 10-minute screening will provide a cholesterol screening and analysis, a glucose screening, blood sugar panel, height, weight and body mass index check, blood pressure reading and consultation with a Trios clinician and registered dietician.

The February 14th event will be held at the Southridge Sports Complex at 2901 Southridge Boulevard in Kennewick. The February 15th event will be held at the Trios Care Center at Keene Plaza at 83 Keene Road in Richland.

Registration opened at 8 A.M. Wednesday, January 15th.  

To make an appointment, call (509) 585-5314.
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