Post date: October 2, 2018

This October, celebrate Bi-National Health Month with Health Plan of San Joaquin

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(French Camp, CA) – Bi-National Health Month is a country-wide effort to improve health care access for underserved individuals within the United States and Canada. For this October, local health care providers and community-based organizations in our area are working together to educate people about health topics such as diabetes, asthma, and prenatal care, and provide preventative care services at some events. “Health Plan of San Joaquin is proud to participate in Bi-National Health Month,” said HPSJ Government Programs Supervisor Gerri Casillas.

For a full calendar of events, the public is invited to visit www.hpsj.com/calendar-ofevents, or call HPSJ at 888-936-PLAN (7526); TTY/TDD 711.


Attend a Bi-National Health Fair in your area!

San Joaquin County

Saturday, October 13, 2018
YMCA Community Health Fair at Edision Senior High School
100 W. Dr Martin Luther King Drive Stockton, CA 95206 – 10am – 3pm

Friday, October 19, 2018
Bi-National Health Fair CHD WorkNet Center
631 E. Oak Street Lodi, CA 95240 – 11am – 4pm

Saturday, October 20, 2018
SJGH/SJCC Health Fair San Joaquin General Hospital
500 W. Hospital Road French Camp, CA 95231  – 10am – 1pm


Stanislaus County

Sunday, October 7, 2018
El Concilio at Hanshaw Middle School
1725 Las Vegas St, Modesto, Ca 95358 –  8am – 3pm

Saturday, October 20, 2018
Stanislaus Dia de Los Muertos
1010 Tenth St, Modesto, Ca 95350 –  11am – 8pm

ATTACHED: Flyer for San Joaquin County Bi-National Community Health Fairs

About HPSJ
Health Plan of San Joaquin, a not-for-profit, public health plan, has been serving members and the community since 1996. Located in the heart of California’s multicultural Central Valley, local HPSJ is the leading Medi-Cal managed care provider, serving over 91% of Medi-Cal recipients in San Joaquin County and over 65% in Stanislaus County. HPSJ offers a broad network of providers and works closely with doctors to develop programs and services to ensure quality health care for almost 350,000 members who are mostly working families and children, as well as seniors and disabled residents. About 158,000 HPSJ members are children, ages 0 to 19 years.

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