Erlanger Health Fair Day Is Sept. 22 At Chattanooga Market

Monday, September 16, 2019
Erlanger Health System announces Erlanger Health Fair Day is this coming Sunday at the Chattanooga Market from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Approximately 22 Erlanger departments and physician practices will be on hand to answer health questions and provide health information.  
 
"Not only will Chattanooga Market customers have a vast array of local produce and products to choose from to enhance their healthy lifestyle, they will also have the opportunity to meet Erlanger staff and specialists who make it their priority to provide the best medical and healthcare needs to residents in our region," officials said.
 
The following departments will participate at the Chattanooga Market at First Tennessee Pavilion: 

•         Children's Hospital at Erlanger
•         Erlanger Cancer Institute
•         Erlanger East Breast Center
•         Erlanger Community Health Centers
•         Erlanger Emergency Services
•         Erlanger Women's Services/NICU 
•         Erlanger Primary Care
•         Erlanger Institute for Sports & Health
•         Erlanger Gastroenterology
•         Erlanger Women’s Health 
•         Erlanger Women’s Health Specialists
•         Erlanger Urology
•         Erlanger Heart & Lung Institute
•         Erlanger Orthopaedics
•         Erlanger Palliative Care
•         Erlanger Metabolic Center
•         Erlanger Neurology Group 
•         Erlanger Sleep Disorders 
•         Erlanger Kidney Transplant Center
•         Erlanger Surgical Services
•         Erlanger Volunteer Services/Erlanger Auxiliary
•         Erlanger Trauma Services

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