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Did you know that African-American men have the highest rate of lung cancer in the United States?
Free Lung Cancer Screening Event
When: Tuesday, November 16, 2021, 9:30 to 2 p.m.
Where: Bloomfield Community Center, 330 Park Avenue, Bloomfield, CT
Receive a free, no commitment lung cancer screening and speak with our physicians about your risk factors. All are welcome, and screenings can be anonymous.
Screenings will take no more than 15 minutes. Please join us for free giveaways and an opportunity to meet with some of our UConn Health physicians.
We are always focused on providing you with the highest quality care in the safest environment for you and your loved ones. As we resume our health care services, we are working harder than ever to provide more options, from Telemedicine video appointments and phone call consultations to carefully scheduled in-person office visits, tests, and procedures. If you have medical needs, from canceled or delayed appointments to undiagnosed symptoms, please contact your provider or our call center directly so we can guide you to the care you need.
UConn Health has enacted extra precautions and guidelines to maintain the highest level of safety for our patients, visitors, and employees. Some of these measures include:
- Symptom screening and temperature checks at all our entrances.
- Social distancing measures in waiting rooms, hallways, and all common areas.
- Thoroughly cleaning exam rooms pre- and post-patient visit.
- Ensuring all our staff and providers wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and follow CDC guidelines.
- Requiring patients to wear masks at all times.
All hospitals across the country are experiencing a shortage in their blood supply. Please consider donating blood to help build up the supply.
Donating blood is quick, easy, and can save a life!