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Juneau Community Health Fair

Healthy By Choice Not By Chance

Health fairs provide an opportunity to self-reflect. Ask yourself what you want to change and what health goal you can set to achieve. Use this time to seek out information from the classes and exhibitors.

NEW PROCESS! Be aware we are piloting a process improvement to get people out of lines and into the classes and time to enjoy exhibitors. You can expect the change at the blood draw line. You will receive your paper work with a number on the folder, fill out your form, get your blood pressure checked, then the blood payment/ registration table. At the blood line, you will be called by number so listen to the woman on the loud speaker. While you await your number, visit one of the exhibitors or go to one of the 45 minute classes. (Schedule below. Get an initial from each exhibitor/class you visit and you will be eligible for prizes contributed by community businesses. More info at the health fair!

45 Minute Mini Classes

Protecting Your Eyes In the Digital Age

  • 9am - Dr. Cindy Cork, Holistic Optometrist
    • As the world becomes more reliant on digital devices, it's important to understand how this can affect your eyes. Dr. Cork will discuss how exposure to digital devices affects your eyes and the steps that you must take to protect them. Dr. Cork has been an Optometrist for 20 years and is certified in several alternative health modalities. Her office Eye On Health is located inside Costco.


  • 9am - Cynthia Nickerson RN, CMC, CDE, Diabetes Education Program Director at Bartlett Regional Hospital
    • Join Cynthia as she helps you understand prediabetes, discusses how it affects your health and why it is important to use the presented information to improve your health and avoid contracting diabetes. Cynthia has been educating patients and doing outreach with the Juneau community for over 12 years and practicing as a certified diabetes educator for 18. She has a keen understanding and commitment to prevention and the treatment of diabetes. Dr. Cork will provide you with information on how to protect and keep your vision in tip top shape as you age.

Nutrition and Gut Microbiota

  • 10am - Kari Natwick RDN, LD Director of Bartlett Regional Hospital Food and Nutrition Services
    • Kari Natwick has a deep understanding of the importance of nutrition and communicating it with a passion that sparks your interest and makes you want to know more. She will be discussing the cutting edge information on the microbiome of the digestive tract and how it relates to overall health and how to feed it.

Hands Only CPR

  • 10am - Airlift Northwest Medevac Service
    • Join one of the highly trained Airlift Northwest Medevac staff teaching Hands Only CPR. Hands Only CPR is CPR without mouth-to-mouth breaths. It is recommended for use by people who see a teen or adult suddenly collapse in an "out-of-hospital" setting (such as at home, at work, or in a park.) The American Heart Association has found that the survival rate of an individual increases when CPR is administered without delay and Hands Only CPR has increased bystanders response.

Importance of Posture

  • 11am - Dr. Baastrup - Doctor of Chiropractic's
    • Dr. Baastrup has over 30 years of experience as your local downtown Juneau chiropractor. He wants everyone to be able to "turn on" the body's natural healing. This class will center on the importance of posture and an introduction to the fascinating concepts of body alignment for self healing.

SMART Goals to Achieve Physical Activity

  • 11am - Keegan Carroll Personal Trainer at Pavitt's and Alpenglow Fitness
    • Receive information on how a personal trainer can design an exercise regime to fit your stage of physical fitness. Exercise is an important health habit everyone can incorporate into one’s life. Keegan will discuss how you can move past barriers that have kept you from incorporating exercise. She will also lead a class in exercises one can do anywhere and anytime. No special equipment or clothing needed.

Blood Tests

  • Blood chemistry screen– (27 panels) – covers infection, anemia, liver disease, clotting ability, kidney and adrenal function, liver function, bone disease, tissue disease and damage, heart function, liver function, muscle function, and lipids (coronary heart disease) (fasting 10 hrs.) –$45
  • Thyroid screen–$35
  • Prostate disease screen–$25
  • Vitamin D screen (D2, D3)–$50
  • A1C diabetes–$25
  • Blood typing–$20
  • Vitamin B12 – $35
  • Celiac disease – $35
  • Ferritin – $35
  • Allergy respiratory profile for Alaska – $195
  • New! Testosterone (men) – $55
  • Men’s Wellness Package–includes Chemistry/Hematology Profile(Infection, Anemia, Liver Disease, Clotting ability, Kidney and adrenal function, Liver function, Bone disease, Tissue disease or damage, Heart function, Liver function, Muscle function, Coronary heart disease (lipids)),Thyroid Screen(Thyroid function),Vitamin D Screen(Bone metabolism, Parathyroid function),A1C Screen(Diabetes, Glucose), and Prostate Disease Screen (fasting 10hrs.) – $180.
  • Women’s Wellness Package– includes Chemistry/Hematology Profile (Infection, Anemia, Liver Disease, Clotting ability, Kidney and adrenal function, Liver function, Bone disease, Tissue disease or damage, Heart function, Liver function, Muscle function, Coronary heart disease (lipids)), Thyroid Screen (Thyroid function), Vitamin D Screen (Bone metabolism, Parathyroid function), and A1C Screen (Diabetes, Glucose) (fasting 10 hrs.) – $155.

This is a fasting blood draw event. Take your medications as directed by your doctor and drink plenty of water.

Start time: 8:00 AM
End time: 12:00 PM
Location: Thunder Mountain High School
Contact: Laura Stats
Phone: (907) 796-8918
Sponsor: Bartlett Regional Hospital working in collaboration with Alaska Health Fair, Inc