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October 5, 2013

WRMC women’s free sexual health seminar

A panel of OB/GYN and Primary Care physicians will discuss sexual health for women.

Weatherford Regional Medical Center will host a free Healthy Woman seminar on Nov. 14 at Weatherford College’s Fine Arts Building, 225 College Park Drive. The seminar will take place 5:30-7 p.m.

The topic for November’s seminar is sexual health for women, featuring an experienced panel of physicians including Drs. Lindsay McBride, John Parker, Jessica Ramsey Robbins and Sara Saginaw.

“A wide variety of women’s health questions will be answered at this seminar including the importance of certain annual exams, STDs, endometriosis, contraception, menopause and more,” said Nadia Nazeer, Healthy Woman coordinator. “We will anonymously survey our current Healthy Woman members, asking them what topics or questions they want addressed by our panel. We hope to answer all questions for women of all ages.” 

The evening will include a light dinner, door prizes and vendor booths. 

Anyone interested in attending this free event can register online at www.WeatherfordRegional.com/HealthyWoman or call Nazeer at 817-599-1699 for more information.

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