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www.wmfd.com - OhioHealth MedCentral Director of the Women’s Health Program, Melissa Juliano, DO, and Nurse Practitioner Kimberly Scott are hosting “Girls’ Night Out” at the Ontario Event Center, behind the Brown Derby Roadhouse, 3985 Park Avenue West, Ontario, Sept. 18 from 6 to 8 p.m. }}" />

   
 
 
Girls' night out with a medical twist

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  Original Published: 8/29/2014

OhioHealth MedCentral Director of the Women’s Health Program, Melissa Juliano, DO, and Nurse Practitioner Kimberly Scott are hosting “Girls’ Night Out” at the Ontario Event Center, behind the Brown Derby Roadhouse, 3985 Park Avenue West, Ontario, Sept. 18 from 6 to 8 p.m.

This open house event provides an opportunity for women of all ages to learn about what gender sensitive medicine is and allow them to receive medical information in a relaxed, friendly, fun atmosphere.

“We want women to take advantage of this opportunity and have fun and fellowship at the same time,” said Dr. Juliano, who opened a primary care practice at 1020 Cricket Lane in Mansfield last September.

“The main purpose of this event is to reach out to women in Mansfield and the surrounding communities to provide them information about female health, ranging from cardiovascular, menopause, sexual health, mammograms, dietary recommendations, fitness and health, and other topics of interest,” said Kimberly Scott.

Registration will take place at the door and is $15 per person with children free. Free babysitting will be offered for children ages one through nine.

“Although there is a registration fee, women will get back their money's worth with free massages, makeovers, blood pressure screenings, and opportunity to win door prizes. We also are offering free cinch bags filled with items for each guest,” said Kimberly.

   
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