Lecture Series to Focus on Wellness Exams

WHAT: Ron Cook, D.O., Texas Tech Physicians — Family and Community Medicine, will present “Medicare Wellness Exam,” at the Garrison Institute on Aging Healthy Aging Lecture Series.


WHEN: 4 to 5 p.m. Jan. 25


WHERE: Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center 3601 Fourth St., Academic Classroom Building, Room 100


 EVENT: The Healthy Aging Lecture Series is a monthly educational program for the public to learn more about innovative research and health topics of interest to seniors. Lectures are free to the public.


For more information, call Annette Boles, Garrison Institute on Aging, at (806) 743-7821 or email Annette.boles@ttuhsc.edu

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