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Estero Urgent Care to Hold 'A Matter Of Heart' Health Fair, a Free Event Focusing on Heart Disease Prevention to be Held on December 21st at Estero Community Park
Date:12/9/2008

ESTERO, Fla., Dec. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- As part of its campaign to be the leading provider of medical care to the Southwest Florida community, Estero Urgent Care will be hosting "A Matter of Heart" Health Fair at Estero Community Park on Sunday December 21st. Attendees will hear the latest expert medical advice on heart disease prevention from Estero Urgent Care's award-winning team of physicians. The Estero staff will also be performing free cholesterol, carotid bruit, blood pressure and diabetes screenings -- the leading tests to determine a person's risk of heart disease -- completely free of charge. The event will also include the participation of an array of non-profit organizations that will provide health-related information and other free services to benefit the community.

"A Matter of Heart health fair is the sixth in a series of monthly events Estero Urgent Care will be hosting in various locations throughout Southwest Florida," said Dr. Robert C. McGann, the company's founder and owner. "Given the difficulties in the local economy, we find that some people tend to put matters of health behind other matters. By putting on this heart disease prevention-themed event, we are seeking to tackle the nation's number one killing disease for people who might not be able to afford to know if they are at risk. Estero Urgent Care will continue to host these community health fairs as part of its ongoing commitment to serve an important need out there."

    What:      "A Matter of Heart" Health Fair
    When:      Sunday, December 21, 2008
    Time:      10 am - 3 pm
    Where:     Estero Community Park
               9200 Corkscrew Palms Blvd
               Estero, FL 33928
    Contact:   239.948.1310

About Estero Urgent Care

Estero Urgent Care is a state-of-the-art walk-in medical clinic located just south of Fort Myers. The clinic was founded by Dr. Robert C. McGann, an award-winn
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