The Atkins Family Medical Clinic will be hosting a fundraising event called “Holidays & Health Fair” on Friday, November 10 from 4-8pm after clinic hours as part of the Virginia Gay Hospital Health Care Foundation Tree of Lights Annual Campaign with all vendor registration fees going to the VGH Atkins Family Clinic Tree of Lights. Money raised will be used for the purchase of needed equipment for the VGH Atkins Family Medical Clinic.
This year, the VGHHF Tree of Lights Annual Campaign is celebrating 25 years of Community Generosity. Since its beginning in 1992, more than $1,100,000 in donations has made a tremendous impact on the ability of Virginia Gay Hospital and the Atkins Family Medical Clinic to serve the healthcare needs of Benton County communities.
The Atkins Medical Clinic has benefited from these donations with equipment upgrades including an automatic door opener, shuttle machine for therapy, sleep apnea device and halogen exam lights.
Organizers of this event are currently seeking vendors who are interested in purchasing booth space to help the community and friends prepare for the holidays by providing that perfect gift or tips for staying healthy during the busy holiday season! If your health-related business/organization or craft business is interested in taking advantage of this special event, download the registration form and follow the instructions on the form for returning to Robin Martin at the Virginia Gay Hospital Health Care Foundation prior to October 18, 2017.
“This will be a great opportunity to do some early shopping with local crafters and learn some ways to stay healthy through all the hustle of the holiday season,” states Robin Martin, the director of the Virginia Gay Hospital Health Care Foundation.
For more information about the Atkins Family Medical Clinic and Virginia Gay Hospital, visit www.myvgh.org and you can learn more about VGHHF’s commitment to health care in Benton County by visiting www.myvghfoundation.org