July 30, 2008 > Get Ready for the Fremont Festival of the Arts
Get Ready for the Fremont Festival of the Arts
Washington Hospital Booth to Showcase a Variety of Programs and Services
For the fourth straight year, Washington Hospital will stage an information booth at the upcoming Fremont Festival of the Arts on August 2-3. People attending the festival are encouraged to stop by and visit the booth to learn more about the Hospital's community services and top-notch medical programs. Hospital representatives from several departments will be available during the festival to advise members of the community about all the specific medical services, classes, and resources that are accessible throughout the Washington Hospital Healthcare System.
Come and Say Hello!
Staffing this year's booth will be members of the Washington Hospital Service League, the Washington Women's Center, Childbirth and Parenting Services, Washington Hospital Stroke Program and the Washington Township Medical Group (WTMG).
Attendees will also have the opportunity to learn about the Washington On Wheels (W.O.W.) Mobile Health Clinic, the free Washington Hospital Health Insurance Information Service and the resources available at the Washington Hospital Community Health Resource Library. Attendees are more than welcome to say hello and meet our friendly staff.
People attending the festival are also invited to stop by and visit with staff members of the InHealth Channel. InHealth, Channel 78 recently celebrated its third anniversary and members of the InHealth team will be on hand to answer questions and ask people what they like most about the current programming and what kind of programs they would like to see in the future.
The Washington Hospital booth will be located in the Business Alley portion of the Fremont Festival of the Arts. The Business Alley is located on State Street between Capitol Avenue and Beacon Street. Hospital staff will be present on Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Be sure to come and see us!
Fremont Art & Wine Festival Parking Fundraiser
Festival spectators are invited to park their cars in the Washington West parking lot located at 2500 Mowry Avenue during the weekend festival. The $5 parking fee supports the many charitable efforts of the Washington Hospital Employee Association (WHEA). WHEA supports many local organizations including: The Salvation Army, Tri-City Homeless, Tri-City Volunteers, SAVE, One Child and Rotary International by raising funds through drives and fundraising events such as the annual Fremont Festival of the Arts.