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Title: Free Health Information
When: 02/06/2013 1:00PM - 3:00PM
Location: Rustburg Library, 684 Village Highway, Rustburg, VA 24588
Description: The Campbell County Public Library in Rustburg offers health information assistance on the first Wednesday of every month.

If you are struggling with confusing health information, Health Information Specialist, Bruce Quick, will be on hand to guide you through the sometimes confusing world of online Health Information.

Free Blood Pressure Screening will also be available.

Stop by or make an appointment to meet Bruce and get help deciphering health information. Questions? Call the library at 434.332-9560.



Please note: In the month of July, this service will be available on Tuesday, July 3rd. The library will be closed on Wednesday, July 4th for the holiday.
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