National Memory Screening Day a success

National Memory Screening DayTTUHSC hosted National Memory Screening Day Nov. 15 in the first-floor lobby of the School of Medicine building. Amarillo Mayor Paul Harpole attended the event and presented the Alzheimer’s Proclamation to Ravindra Bharadwaj, M.D., an assistant professor for the department of internal medicine, and to Marge Dean, GNP-BC, also of the department of internal medicine.

TTUHSC’s National Memory Screening Day event was able to help 74 people from Amarillo and several surrounding communities thanks to the assistance provided by several area home health care agencies and the TTUHSC medical and pharmacy students who participated. Special thanks to everyone who helped make this a successful day.

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