Western University of Health Sciences’ Pomona Community Health Action Team will hold a free health clinic from 9 a.m. to noon on Dec. 15 at Madison Elementary School.
The event will offer free a full physical exam, blood pressure check, glucose tests, and Body Mass Index calculation, organizers said through a news release.
Organizers are welcoming all ages. Children’s educational activities will include reading and tutoring, organizers said.
“We hope to provide wellness physicals to people who might not otherwise get them,” College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific student and Action Team president Emily Utschig. “We can refer them to low-cost or free clinics where they can get follow-up care as needed.”
“We have a large team of students ready and willing to learn in order to positively contribute to the Pomona community,” said second-year COMP student Peter Baum, PCHAT vice president.
Madison Elementary School is at 351 W. Phillips Blvd.