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Stony Brook Medicine Featured at 2023 Port Jeff Health & Wellness Fest

Stony Brook Medicine employees welcomed hundreds of residents at the 2023 Port Jefferson Health & Wellness Fest.
Stony Brook Medicine employees welcomed hundreds of residents at the 2023 Port Jefferson Health & Wellness Fest
Stony Brook Medicine employees welcomed hundreds of residents at the 2023 Port Jefferson Health & Wellness Fest.

Hundreds of locals explored more than a dozen Stony Brook Medicine services at the Greater Port Jefferson Chamber of Commerce’s 14th annual Health & Wellness Fest. 

Wolfie was among the more than 70 attendees at the Port Jefferson Health & Wellness Fest to get a free blood pressure screening.
Wolfie was among the more than 70 attendees at the Port Jefferson Health & Wellness Fest to get a free blood pressure screening.

Stony Brook Medicine was the featured sponsor of the event, which aims to promote health and well-being among residents of all ages. More than 70 tables of vendors, demos and health screenings filled the ballrooms at the Meadow Club in Port Jefferson Station on Saturday, April 22. 

“It was a pleasure to be back at the Port Jeff Health & Wellness Fest,” said Stony Brook University Hospital Community Relations Representative Erika Karp. “Our team enjoyed meeting with residents to highlight the incredible resources and specialty services available at Stony Brook Medicine.” 

More than 25 Stony Brook employees were on hand, including representatives from Advanced Imaging; Bariatric and Metabolic Weight Loss Center; Carol M. Baldwin Breast Care Center; Children’s Hospital – Child Life Services; Department of Kidney Transplantation Services; Department of Urology; Heart Institute; North Suffolk Cardiology; OBGYN; and Women’s Pelvic Health & Continence Center. 

Plus, staff from Human Resources’ Department of Talent Acquisition highlighted job opportunities; Stony Brook University’s Music and Medicine club provided entertainment; Community Relations highlighted upcoming events and programs; and even Wolfie made an appearance to showcase Stony Brook’s spirit and pride. 

More than 25 Stony Brook employees showcased over a dozen services, departments and resources at Stony Brook Medicine.
More than 25 Stony Brook employees showcased over a dozen services, departments and resources at Stony Brook Medicine.

The Stony Brook Cancer Center’s Mobile Mammography Van also provided onsite mammograms, while nurse volunteers from the Heart Institute and Cardiothoracic ICU provided blood pressure screenings to more than 70 attendees. 

To participate in future community health fairs or to get involved in community outreach, contact Erika Karp, community relations representative, at erika.karp@stonybrook.edu.

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