Friday, July 25, 2014 at 11:30 am -1:00pm
Health Education Program at the Willa Carson Center
Presented by the Willa Carson Health Center and the
Clearwater/Largo Chapter National Black Nurses Assn.
monthly Health topic will be on
There will be open discussion on ways to develop a healthy and nutritious lifestyle.
A light lunch will be provided.
For reservations, please contact the Center at 727-467-9411
Friendly Healthcare for
the Uninsured and Underserved
"May the Work We've Done Speak for Us"
Back to School Physicals
Health and Wellness Event for the Children
Saturday, August 2, 2014, 8:00am--12noon
Willa Carson Health and Wellness Center and Turley Family Health Center staff will be contributing health professionals to provide back to school physicals. After the physicals are completed, back packs filled with school supplies will be provided and lunch will be served to families.
Ross Norton Recreation Complex--1426 So. Martin L. King Ave. Clearwater, Fla.
The Willa Carson Health and Wellness Center (WCHWC), a not for profit healthcare clinic located in the heart of Clearwater. The Center is your source for better health delivering basic, high-quality medical services in a friendly caring environment to the uninsured and low-income. The Center serves all of Pinellas County with North Greenwood being our primary focus.
The center has no affiliation with the government and is not federally funded. The center does rely on financial support through the generosity of individuals, businesses, civic and religious organizations as well as charitable foundations.
The Willa Carson Health and Wellness Center provides a unique array of quality health services. Our services include preventative healthcare, wellness and education programs directed towards achieving holistic health - encompassing the mind, body and spirit for all. Our services are second to none.
Our community outreach and wellness education programs are made possible through the generosity and commitment of physicians, nurses, healthcare and skilled professionals who kindly donate their services. These programs enable our patients to lead more informed and dynamic lives, which has a positive effect on their families, friends and the surrounding community.
We welcome individuals that wish to volunteer on a regular basis. Doctors, nurses, nurse practitioners & physicians assistants are always needed, please contact the Center for more information at 727-467-9411.
Our Mission: To provide culturally sensitive quality healthcare in a friendly environment.
Our Vision - A healthy community where quality healthcare is accessible to all.
Michael Bilirakis Tribute