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Free medical services available in August in Hayti

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previous event in Arkansas from 2011 (Source: US Army) previous event in Arkansas from 2011 (Source: US Army)
previous event in Arkansas from 2011 (Source: US Army) previous event in Arkansas from 2011 (Source: US Army)
previous event in Arkansas from 2011 (Source: US Army) previous event in Arkansas from 2011 (Source: US Army)
previous event in Arkansas from 2011 (Source: US Army) previous event in Arkansas from 2011 (Source: US Army)
HAYTI, MO (KFVS) -

Free medical services will be provided to the public at the Hayti High School Multi-Purpose Building from August 5 through August 13 by the US Army, Air Force Reserves, and Navy.

The available services will be medical screening and non-emergency medical treatment, student athletic physicals, dental exams, extractions and fillings, minor lab tests, optometry exams, free eye glasses, mental health resources, and prescription assistance.

The medical services are available for anyone over the age of two. The dental services are available for anyone over the age of 13.

The event is sponsored by Delta Regional Authority and the city of Hayti.

The Hayti High School Multi-Purpose Building is located at 500 N. 4th Street.

Call 573-579-3851 ext. 208 or visit www.dra.gov for more information.

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