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Saint Peter’s to host men’s health forum

Release date: 10/20/2014

Saint Peter’s to host men’s health forum

Screenings and wellness information part of Nov. 5 event

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – Saint Peter’s University Hospital will host a free “Tools for Men’s Health & Wellness” forum from 5 to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 5, in the Sister Marie de  Pazzi Conference Center, ground floor of the hospital, 254 Easton Ave., New Brunswick, N.J

The featured speaker will be Peter Fish, MD, internal medicine. Screenings and assessments will be offered for blood pressure, blood sugar and body mass index (BMI). A prostate cancer risk  health profiler will also be available. Educational sessions in body mechanics, nutrition, smoking cessation, and sexual health will also be part of the evening. Spouses are welcome. Refreshments  will be served. A raffle for prizes, including tickets to sporting events, will also be held.

Please register at 732-745-8600, Ext. 5073, or via email to sskubish@saintpetersuh.com

About Saint Peter’s Healthcare System
Saint Peter’s Healthcare System Inc., parent company of the Saint Peter’s healthcare delivery  system, is comprised of Saint Peter’s University Hospital, a 478-bed acute-care teaching  hospital; Saint Peter’s Foundation, the fundraising arm of the hospital; and Saint Peter’s Health  and Management Services Corp., which oversees the system’s outpatient facilities. These  include the CARES Surgicenter; New Brunswick Cardiac Cath Lab; Community Care Services Inc.; the Margaret McLaughlin McCarrick Care Center Inc., a residential skilled nursing facility in Somerset, and Saint Peter’s Adult Day Center in Monroe. Saint Peter’s Healthcare System is sponsored by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Metuchen. For more information about Saint  Peter’s Healthcare System, please visit www.saintpetershcs.com or call 732-745-8600.

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