October is “Take Your Loved One to The Doctor” (TYLOD) month, and Live Healthy Miami Gardens is excited to join forces with the City of Miami Gardens and Health Foundation of South Florida to encourage residents of Miami Gardens to take themselves and their loved ones to the doctor all year. In the past two years, Live Healthy Miami Gardens and its partners have brought awareness of the importance of regular health care check-ups.
“Effective care for loved ones requires a holistic approach to their general well-being. That includes taking them to the doctor for annual check-ups and taking advantage of preventive care to avoid serious health conditions,” said Mayor Oliver Gilbert, City of Miami Gardens.
|Friday, 10/19/18||9AM-5PM||Center for Children and Family Enrichment |
(1825 NW 167th St, Miami Gardens, FL 33056)
Jessie Trice Community Health Center
(4692 NW 183rd St, Miami Gardens, FL 33055)
|“Take A Loved One to The Doctor Day” Event|
Live Healthy Miami Gardens has partnered with two Miami Gardens health centers to provide the community with FREE health check-ups/assessments for those who do not have a regular healthcare provider. The event is OPEN to the public.
For more information, visit livehealthymiamigardens.com
THREE WAYS TO PARTICIPATE IN TAKE YOUR LOVED ONE TO THE DOCTOR CAMPAIGN:
- Visitcom and take the pledge or text the word “pledge” to 545454
- Share on social media using #LHMGpledge and challenge others to take the pledge, as well.
- Schedule an appointment for you and your loved one to go to the doctor this month.
For more information on how to take the Take Your Loved One to The Doctor Pledge, please visit livehealthymiamigardens.com! Follow us on IG & FB @LiveHealthyMG #LHMGpledge
For media coverage and interviews with City of Miami Gardens Mayor Oliver Gilbert about the Take Your Loved One To The Doctor campaign, contact Kiana D. Powell, MBA, [email protected] or (786) 805-0008.