Health Service Fairs Bring Wellness to North County

NEWS // August 1, 2016

Health Service Fairs Bring Wellness to North County

North County Health Services takes pride in collaborating with community partners and engaging with local residents about their health and well-being. They host a series of health fairs throughout the year that offer free on-site health services, including dental and blood pressure checks and blood glucose screenings. The fairs provide fun for the whole family with activities that range from face painting to book giveaways to music, food and crafts. Families can navigate through the fairs using a “passport” which provides an opportunity for visitors to engage with the activities offered at each partner’s booth.

On April 28, 2016, North County Health Services collaborated with the Ramona Community Library to celebrate Día de los Niños/Día de los Libros. The celebration emphasized the importance of literacy for children of all linguistic and cultural backgrounds. The event was a great success, with over 330 local residents in attendance.

On June 4, 2016, the Boys and Girls Club of Oceanside held a Summer Kick-Off and Summer Camp Sign-Up Event with North County Health Services. Through the event, over 230 Oceanside residents learned about the programs and services offered by both organizations.

In October 2016, North County Health Services will host a Live Well San Diego Health and Wellness Fair and 5K Walk/Run through a new partnership with the County of San Diego. The event will highlight the Live Well San Diego vision by offering activities and booths that support healthy, safe and thriving residents in North County San Diego. Community partners will be invited to host resource booths and health screenings for the event will be made possible through a grant from the Henry Schein Cares Foundation.

Learn more about upcoming North County Health Services’ events online at:

Article submitted by Roma Ferriter, Director of Community Engagement, North County Health Services