OMC to Host Free Educational Dinner on Your Health and Cancer Prevention Oct. 20
Join Ozarks Medical Center for a free health educational dinner and get
answers to your questions about improving your overall health and cancer
prevention. The dinner is from 6 to 7 p.m. Oct. 20 at the Willard Hunter
Classroom in Parkway Center. The event is free and open to the public
but reservations are required and may be made by calling 417-257-6793.
Dr. Magdy Giurgius, general surgeon at OMC, is the guest speaker. Dr. Giurgius
is a fellowship trained surgeon at OMC Surgical Specialists Clinic. A
representative from the American Cancer Society also will be on hand.
“We invite everyone to join us for valuable information and answers
to their questions about breast and other types of cancers,” said
Richard Koch, Director of the OMC Cancer Treatment Center. “This
is an excellent opportunity to learn more about caring for your general
health, screenings and early detection of cancer in a relaxed environment.”
OMC’s collaborative cancer treatment team includes board-certified
physicians in areas of oncology, radiation oncology, cardiothoracic surgery,
general surgery, radiology, and pathology.
“We are extremely proud of our expert team that is delivering innovative
medicine and compassionate care right here in our community,” said
Tom Keller, President and CEO of OMC.
For more information or to make a reservation, call 417-257-6793.