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Free health screening for Kingston residents
Kingston residents aged 40-74 can take advantage of free heart health checks at the Hook Centre this Saturday 7 August.
NHS Kingston has teamed up with UK charity the Blood Pressure Association to bring the free screening to convenient locations around the borough, to help reduce heart health problems among its residents.
This Saturday 7 August, from 10am to 5.30pm, the Blood Pressure Association screening van will be in the car park of the Hook Centre, on Hook Road.
All Kingston residents aged 40-74 can stop by for the screening, provided they haven’t already been diagnosed with high blood pressure, diabetes, chronic kidney disease, heart disease or have had a heart attack or stroke.
There’s no need for an appointment, and in just 20 minutes residents can have a full ‘NHS Health Check’, which includes blood pressure, body mass index, cholesterol, diabetes and waist circumference testing.
Notes to editors:
- *Please note - only residents of the borough of Kingston are eligible for this screening.*
- For further information or to arrange interviews or photography please contact Anna Cureton in the Blood Pressure Association's Press Office on 020 8772 4993 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- For further information from NHS Kingston, please contact Tony Merryweather, Communications Coordinator on 020 8339 8067 or email Tony.Merryweather@kpct.nhs.uk
- The Blood Pressure Association is the UK’s blood pressure charity which aims to lower the nation’s blood pressure. The award-winning charity provides information and support for people with high blood pressure and raises awareness about its prevention. For more details visit www.bpassoc.org.uk or call 020 8722 4994.