Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Free medical screenings, dental work for teens and adults available in Mayfield through

West Kentuckians in need of vigor thoughtfulness can progress free of charge remedial, dental and optical screenings through Tuesday, Aug. 13 by the side of the old Morgan Haugh Clinic building by the side of 220 W. Walnut St. In Mayfield from 9 a.M. To 7 p.M., counting Saturday and Sunday.

The screenings are a train of the Delta Regional Authority and the Department of Defense. Anyone is eligible to receive the free of charge services, which act not include emergency or obstetrical treatments. For adults and children age two and up, remedial screenings, non-emergency remedial cure, minor lab tests, prescription assistance and optometry exams are existing. For adults and children 13 and up, dental exams, extractions and fillings are plus existing.

Services will be provided by 152 remedial personnel from the U.S. Army Reserve and the Army National Guard. Other current clinic sites are in Blytheville, Ark., Hayti, Mo., and Dyersburg, Tenn. Earlier clinics were held in Martin, Tenn., Helena-West Helena, Ark., and four communities in western Mississippi.

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