QueensCare is bringing the holiday spirit to the Los Angeles community with our 3rd Annual Holiday Health Fair! This event is our way of caring for the community and helping to make health a holiday tradition. Join us on December 16th from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. for an event filled with activities including, clinical services, and resources to spread holiday cheer to those less fortunate. The Holiday Health Fair will take place at the Vons supermarket located at 3461 3rd Street, Los Angeles, CA 90020. Parking will be available on-site.

This is a FREE community event filled with toy giveaways, a clothing boutique, food pantry distribution, health education, health screenings for blood sugar, blood pressure, and osteoporosis, dental screenings, community resources, flu vaccines, COVID-19 boosters, music, entertainment, food, and more!

Vaccines administered during the Holiday Health Fair are FREE with most insurance. We accept Medical, Medicare, Tricare, United Healthcare, Cigna, Aetna and other insurances. Those interested in receiving a vaccine must schedule an appointment, which can be done via the link or QR code below. https://www.vons.com/vaccinations/group-clinic/QueensCare

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You are invited to participate!

Organizations and businesses within the community are invited to partner with QueensCare and help make this event a success. By participating with a resource table in the 3rd Annual Holiday Health Fair you will raise awareness about your organization, disseminate essential information and resources, foster collaboration between community organizations, and celebrate the holidays with those we serve.

Please fill out our Community Partner Participation Form and email it to arubino@queenscare.org. The deadline to become a Community Partner is December 8th, 2023.

If you have any questions or require further information, please don’t hesitate to contact Rachael Benage, QueensCare Community Engagement Outreach Coordinator, at rbenage@queenscare.org or (213) 820-4329.

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