Healthwatch

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    Tuesday, Oct 29 at 5:49 PM

    Methodist Medical Center in Illinois

    The Methodist Wellmobile is a massive consumer education program designed to promote healthier living among central Illinois residents. Our free or low cost screenings, are conducted by caring and trained Methodist Medical Center staff who travel throughout central Illinois educating members of the community on issues including healthy living, early detection of disease, as well as, disease prevention and treatment. It is our hope that patients and physicians use our services to monitor the improvement of results during dietary, lifestyle or medication changes.
    Hours and location vary. Visit our Classes & Screenings section to search for a convenient time and location.

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