Walmart Wellness Day This Saturday July 23

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WARREN COUNTY, OHIO -- The Franklin, Lebanon, Mason and Middletown Walmarts invite residents in Warren County to get healthy ahead of a new school year at Walmart Wellness Day on Saturday, July 23 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  

Customers can receive free glucose, cholesterol, BMI and blood pressure screenings as well as affordable immunizations like tetanus, hepatitis, HPV, COVID-19 and more at pharmacies nationwide.

Walmart Wellness Day encourages families to get healthy and stay on a healthy track by helping them know their numbers.  Knowing your numbers is helpful information for it allows you to make decisions to track your health.  

More than 4,600 Walmart pharmacies across the country will host Walmart Wellness Day events. Select stores will also feature vision screenings to make it even easier for customers to access the resources they need. 

Walmart Wellness Day events will feature the following health resources, administered by qualified pharmacy and Vision Center teams: 

• Free health screenings, including glucose, cholesterol, blood pressure, body mass index and vision screenings (select locations)

• Affordable immunizations, including pneumonia, tetanus, HPV, measles, mumps, rubella (MMR), varicella (chicken pox/shingles), whooping cough (TDAP), Hep A & B and more

• No cost to patient COVID-19 vaccines

• Wellness resources + opportunity to talk with pharmacists

“An exciting time of the year is approaching fast, and we look forward to offering these health and wellness resources for families as they gear up for school,” said Kevin Host, Walmart’s senior vice president of pharmacy. “The back-to-school season is a busy one, and these are ways we hope to provide some easy, convenient options for our customers. Our goal is to offer care for our customers when and where they need it.”

Since 2014, Walmart pharmacies have hosted Walmart Wellness Days, contributing more than 4.7 million free health screenings for customers. More than 4,000 Walmart stores are in medically underserved areas, which means Walmart is often the first stop for health care in these rural and underserved communities. To find a free event in your neighborhood, visit Walmart.com/wellnesshub.

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