10th Annual Minority Health Summit
TD Convention Center
Saturday, April 9, 2016
Celebration of Minority Health: Taking Charge of Diabetes and Mental Health
The Minority Health Summit is a community health education initiative held every year by GHS in April to observe National Minority Health Awareness Month. Please visit this page again to learn about this year’s keynote speaker.
The Summit is open to youth and adults ages 13 and up with registration. The event will also include physician panel discussions, survivor stories, healthy lifestyle presentations, on-site community health partners, exercise demonstrations and fun and entertainment.
The GHS Minority Health Summit’s purpose is to educate and increase awareness of major health disparities that disproportionately affect the lives of minorities in our community. The event has many components, including expert physician speakers on diabetes and mental health, health-risk assessments, medical information and the opportunity to be paired with a medical home.
This event is FREE and lunch provided for adults and youth ages 13 and up with registration. Parking is free! To register call 1-877-GHS-INFO (447-4636) or visit ghs.org/healthevents.