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Posted on September 7, 2016

Cal U Annual Health Fair A Cal U student gets a neck massage at the health fair.
11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Sept. 21, 2016
Convocation Center

More than 40 health care industry representatives will staff booths, conduct screenings, offer giveaways and more at Cal U’s 29th annual health fair.

The free event is coordinated by the University’s Health and Wellness Education Center. The event is open to the public, as well as to the entire campus community.

Education — and a healthy dose of fun — is the goal of the event, which addresses health and wellness topics such as diabetes, smoking cessation, orthopedics, healthy eating and more.

Central Blood Bank will conduct a blood drive during the event. Rite-Aid pharmacy staff will administer flu shots; cost is $31.99, and insurance cards will be accepted.

In addition to the pamphlets and giveaways offered by exhibitors, Cal U’s Health Education Awareness Resource Team (HEART) will hand out free sunglasses, megaphones and cellphone wallets during the event.

Bottled water and healthy snack packs will be distributed randomly throughout the day.

Hear Tonight, a band featuring Cal U students, will perform in the Convocation Center courtyard. Temporary tattoo artists and caricature artists will provide entertainment.

Health fair exhibitors

Among the community agencies and organizations scheduled to participate in the health fair are Adagio Health, Amedysis Hospice of Pennsylvania, AVI FoodSystems, Avon, BeautiControl, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Laurel Region, Centerville Clinics, Central Blood Bank, Children’s Home of Pittsburgh, Domestic Violence Services of Southwestern Pennsylvania, Greenbriar Treatment Center, Hamilton Chiropractic, Magnolia Law (Pittsburgh), Mary Kay Cosmetics, Mental Health America of Westmoreland County, Monongahela Valley Hospital, New Life Options, Nurse-Family Partnership, Redstone Pharmacy, Rite-Aid Pharmacy, Schneider’s Dairy, Sysco, The Physical Therapy Institute, Tri-State Dermatology, Uniontown Hospital, UPMC Womancare Associates, Walmart Health and Wellness, Washington Drug and Alcohol Commission Inc. and Washington Health Systems. 

University exhibitors include the Communication Disorders Departmen, Counseling Center, End Violence Center, Women’s Center, Health and Wellness Center, Options@ Cal U, Office of Academic Success, Office for Students with Disabilities, Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union (PSECU), Prevention Awareness Recovery Center and Veterans Affairs Office.

Contact us

For more information about the Cal U health fair, contact Fran Fayish at or graduate assistant Dan Bickerton at 412-251-7313 or