The GHS 12th Annual Community Health Summit (formally Minority Health Summit) is a community health education initiative held every year by Greenville Health System in April. The Summit’s purpose is to engage, equip and educate about major health threats and disparities that disproportionately affect many lives in our community. This event is FREE and lunch provided for adults and youth ages 10 with registration.
Keynote Speakers: The Three Doctors
Role models of inspiration, survival and leadership and authors of The PACT, A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
Summit Features and Activities: Physician panel, diabetes and mental health educational presentations, cultural nutrition speakers, on-site community health partners, basic health screenings and consultations for diabetes and mental health and health risk assessments.
The Summit is GHS’ signature community health education initiative held annually in April and is the largest health conference in the Southeast region.
The Summit is open to adults and youth ages 10 and up. Lunch is free with registration. Registration will be checked due to seating capacity. The event is free and parking is free. Arrive early for seating.