Heritage Valley Health System will host the Harvest of Health Wellness Expo from 10 am to 2 pm, Saturday, October 19, 2019 at the Pittsburgh Airport Marriott, 777 Aten Road, Moon Township (Montour Run Road Exit from I-376).
The Harvest of Health Wellness Expo is free and open to the general population as a community outreach and education event. The Expo will include live cooking demonstrations, free health screenings, live fitness demonstrations, expert health and wellness speakers, free food and product samples and also the chance to win door prizes.
“Heritage Valley is proud to sponsor this event that features a variety of our services as well as many other exhibitors providing health and wellness information,” said Norm Mitry, President and CEO, Heritage Valley Health System. “We have sponsored a similar event in Beaver County for several years and are pleased to be able to bring this to the Airport Area communities.”
Heritage Valley participants will be conducting presentations, offering free screenings and delivering health information on topics including nutrition, women’s health services, community health services, lab services, physical rehab, Ask-A-Doctor, Ask-A-Dietitian, Ask-A-Chef, ConvenientCare and more.
In addition to Heritage Valley Health System, more than 75 exhibitors will be at the Expo. Sharing information on health and wellness will be: Sewickley Valley YMCA, Brenckle’s Organic Farm, Chip & Kale, Hello Hummus, Live Well Allegheny, Two Ugly Mugs Salsa, Hughes Apiaries, Allegheny Muscle Therapy & Massage, Mancini’s Bakery, Old Tin Roof Farm, Nature Way Farms, Penn State Master Gardeners, The Olive Tap, Penn’s Corner Farm Alliance, Fresh Thyme Farmers Market, Butler Hill Maple Farm, and many more.
Special guests include Jenny Bardwell, Co-Author of Salt Rising Bread and John Plischke, Author of Good Mushroom, Bad Mushroom. Presentations are scheduled on a variety of topics including nutrition and healthy foods, stress and the prevention and management of diabetes. Free health screenings for blood pressure, blood glucose, osteoporosis and others will be offered.
“This is a great opportunity to make the community aware of the vast array of health care services that Heritage Valley offers and the importance of healthy eating and exercise on one’s health,” added Mr. Mitry. “Harvest of Health brings to life our mission to improve the health and well-being of all the people in the communities we serve.”
For additional information, a complete list of exhibitors and event day information, please click here.
About Heritage Valley Health System
Heritage Valley Health System is a $535 million integrated delivery network providing comprehensive health care for residents of Allegheny, Beaver, Butler and Lawrence counties, in Pennsylvania; eastern Ohio; and the panhandle of West Virginia. In partnership with 4,100 employees and more than 630 physicians, Heritage Valley offers a broad range of medical, surgical and diagnostic services at its three hospitals, Heritage Valley Sewickley, Heritage Valley Beaver and Heritage Valley Kennedy; in 55 physician offices; and more than 21 community satellite facilities. For more information about Heritage Valley Health System, please visit www.heritagevalley.org.