Farmingville, NY – On September 22, Councilwoman Valerie Cartright joined local residents, doctors and the Port Jefferson Station Civic Association at the North Shore Health Fair. The event, which was a collaborative effort by community leaders and local physicians, was held at Comsewogue High School in Port Jefferson Station. The fair focused on informing attendees about health issues and answering their specific questions about muscle pain, different ticks and tick diseases, heart disease, rheumatology and pain management. In addition, the event offered free heart screenings, blood pressure and blood oxygen tests. Councilwoman Valerie Cartright presented Certificates of Appreciation to Dr. David Kavesteen, Dr. Mathew Kalter and Dr. Sanjay Godhwani who each donated their time at the North Shore Health Fair.
"This Health Fair was a great opportunity for residents to receive free health screenings and information which can help them improve their health. We appreciate and recognize the doctors who took time out of their busy schedules to provide this valuable community resource to local residents," stated Councilwoman Cartright.
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