Henry Mayo will launch a new women’s health education series
Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital is launching ‘Girl Talk’ this summer, a series of health information for women in a casual and relaxed environment.
On Wednesday, June 22, Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital is set to launch ‘Girl Talk’, a new health education series for women.
“We are excited to introduce this new format where women can come together, socialize and get health information that is important to them,” said Adrienne Thompson, Community Events Coordinator for Henry Mayo. “We encourage people to register early as the number of participants is limited.”
“Girl Talk” is both a social and informative series that aims to allow women to ask questions of local medical experts in a relaxed atmosphere, Henry Mayo officials said.
The format aims to be fluid and not rushed, with no set presentations, according to officials.
Attendees should have ample time to explore medical topics that interest them, officials said.
Refreshments and appetizers are expected to be served at the event, event officials said.
“The first Girl Talk session will focus on breast health,” the officials said.
Henry Mayo breast surgeon Amanda Woodworth, MD and radiologist Anjali Date, MD, along with oncology nurse navigator Colleen Audra Arevalo, RN, are expected to be the medical experts for this first session, officials added.
The event is scheduled to take place Wednesday, June 22, from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Henry Mayo Center on the Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital campus, officials said.
Those wishing to attend can register here.
Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital is located at 23845 McBean Parkway, Valencia, CA 91355-2083.
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