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AeroClinic to Provide Free Blood Pressure Screenings at PHL Beginning May 20
Date:5/19/2010

AeroClinic in conjunction with the Philadelphia Marketplace Food & Shops at Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) will hold monthly blood pressure screenings at the airport starting May 20.

Philadelphia, PA (Vocus) May 19, 2010 -- AeroClinic in conjunction with the Philadelphia Marketplace Food & Shops at Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) will hold monthly blood pressure screenings at the airport starting May 20.

The event will take place every third Thursday of the month from 9-10 a.m. on the B/C Connector stage, across from the food court. The free screenings will be offered to both passengers and airport employees.
AeroClinic, located in the A/B Link, is a convenient quick-care clinic that is available for travelers and airport workers in need of minor ill-care and well-care treatment. AeroClinic is staffed by nurse practitioners and physician assistants who see patients in 15-minute increments, on a first-come, first-served basis.
“The health of our passengers and employees is very important to us at PHL, and we are proud to support AeroClinic in offering these important preventative screenings,” said Clarence LeJeune, President of the Philadelphia Marketplace Food & Shops.

About Marketplace Philadelphia Management LLC
MarketPlace Philadelphia Management is the managing entity of the food and retail program throughout Philadelphia International Airport. The award-winning food and retail program consists of stores and eateries throughout all 7 terminals at Philadelphia International Airport. The airport features more than 160 in-line stores, restaurants and services, plus over 30 specialty retail units. MarketPlace Philadelphia Management is the local management company for MarketPlace Development, a Boston-based retail development firm that partners with airports and airlines to develop, lease, and manage airport retail prog
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