Health Network to host free forum

Mount Waddington Health Network invites health services providers to share info with public in annual forum.

PORT McNEILL—The Mount Waddington Health Network will offer a free, daylong Health Forum Feb. 26 to connect the public with a wide range of health-care programs and services available on the North Island.

The Health Forum will be held at Port McNeill Lions Hall, on Mine Rd., with welcomes beginning at 10 a.m. Booths will be set up and staffed by representatives of numerous health care and health support services available in the region.

Lunch will be served as well, and elections for the Mount Waddington Health Network will take place over the lunch break.

The public is invited to drop by at any time. Booth set-up will be held from 9-10 a.m. To register a booth or for more info, contact Bettina at 250-902-6090 or bettina.knopp@viha.ca.

 

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