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EVENTS | HealthNow — March 3rd, 2018 (Scottsdale, AZ): Free Community Health Event Open to the Public

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Largest Community Health Expo To Be Held In Scottsdale, AZ

Free Health Event Open to the Public

Scottsdale, AZ, October 3, 2017– Networking for Healthcare is hosting the largest community Health Expo, HealthNow 2018

“The public will be invited to attend a FREE Healthcare event to learn about health and medical services available in their community. This is an excellent opportunity to educate yourself on the latest in health and wellness products and services for living a healthier life for the entire family.” Jodi Towns, Founder and Coordinator of HealthNow 2018

On Saturday, March 3rd from 11:00am – 3:00pm in Scottsdale, AZ HealthNow 2018 will be open to the public to attend a free health expo. There will be over 20 healthcare companies on exhibit to provide the very best and latest health information. Medical vendors participating are top doctors in the valley in areas of pain management, preventing disease, rehabilitation providers and pharmacy. This is an opportunity to meet and learn from physicians on how to live longer and healthier for all ages. During the event many of these top physicians, pharmacists and other providers will be offering free educational talks to better understand the sometimes complicated healthcare system.

Saturday, March 3rd from 11:00am – 3:00pm in Scottsdale, AZ

Event located at Venue 8600, 8600 E. Anderson Drive, Scottsdale 85255 (easy access from Scottsdale 101 freeway, with plenty of free parking)

Founder of Networking for Healthcare and Organizer Jodi Towns  went on a hunt to find a networking group just for healthcare people. Much to her surprise, there were none in her community that actively supported physicians, practitioners and other medical people meeting each other to form strategic referral relationships with each other. So she decided to start her own!

Networking for Healthcare is an after-hour networking group comprised of medical and healthcare professionals from across Phoenix metro. We meet every other month for a mix and mingle event to build relationships, collaborate and support each other in helping patients to live healthier, happier lives.

Download PDF Invitation Letter To Learn More…

Networking for Healthcare created a platform for their members to promote and market their respective medical and healthcare businesses to the community with HealthNow 2018 health expo.

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If you would like more information about this group or event, please contact Jodi Towns at 602-741-3190 or email at


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