The Mercy Health Center at Plymouth Meeting Mall is gearing up to host their “Busy Lady’s Guide to Mammograms and Managing Your Health” this May. The Plymouth Meeting Health Center and neighboring Whole Foods store have joined forces to present a unique series of health and wellness events for women in our area. Each event features clinicians from Mercy Health Center and nutritional experts from Whole Foods to help you get and stay healthy.
The topic of May’s Whole Health Series will be The Busy Lady’s Guide to Mammograms and Managing Your Health. The event will be held Wednesday, May 21 starting at 6:30pm in the Community Room of Whole Foods, located at 500 W Germantown Pike, #1500 in Plymouth Meeting. Kristine L. Widders, MD, Medical Director of Mercy Suburban Hospital’s Breast Program will discuss how women often focus their energy on everyone but themselves. During the discussion, attendees will learn simple tips of how to take care of themselves, so they can take even better care of their loved ones. Following the discussion, Whole Foods will provide attendees with free food and drinks that are geared specifically toward promoting colon health.
There is no fee for this event. Seating is limited however so please reserve your seat by calling 1.877.GO MERCY (1.877.466.3729).
About Mercy Suburban Hospital
Mercy Suburban Hospital is a 126-bed hospital providing comprehensive services including emergency, surgery, cardiac, respiratory, orthopedic and rehabilitation, cancer care, diagnostic and interventional radiology and wound care. Mercy Suburban was the only hospital in Montgomery County recognized as a top performer on key quality measures by The Joint Commission. Most recently, the hospital was recertified as a Primary Stroke Center by The Joint Commission. The hospital has expanded services to include a sleep disorders center, bariatric surgery and a robotic surgery program featuring the da Vinci Surgical System. Mercy Suburban was founded in 1944 and is a member of the Mercy Health System of Southeastern PA.
A diverse, integrated system providing comprehensive health care services, Mercy Health System comprises four acute care hospitals, a home healthcare organization, several wellness centers, physician practices, a federal PACE program, and co-owner of managed care plan, Gateway Health Plan. With 250 primary care and specialty physicians, Mercy Health System is a teaching community health system affiliated with Drexel University School of Medicine and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM). The largest Catholic healthcare system serving the Delaware Valley, Mercy Health System is sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy and Hope Ministries; and is a member of Catholic Health East, a multi-institutional, Catholic health system co-sponsored by nine religious organizations. The vision of Mercy Health System is to be a leading provider of compassionate care and community access to quality health services that improve the health of individuals and communities. To learn more about Mercy Health System, visit www.mercyhealth.org.