Discover the Health Fair Advantage

Saturday, May 16, 2020
9 am to Noon at Boundary Community Hospital

2020 Boundary Community Hospital Health Fair


Your local health fair is a great place to explore local healthcare resources and find information to help folks stay active and healthy.  Boundary Community Hospital is hosting a Community Health Fair on Saturday, May 12 from 9 am to Noon.  It’s an excellent opportunity to visit the hospital, take advantage of free tests, visit with local health vendors, talk with local emergency services (including a peek into a Life Flight helicopter), and support local health-related non-profit organizations. This year there will be a special area with Time Sensitive Emergency exhibits featuring trauma, stroke and heart attack.

Enter at the Outpatient Services off Comanche Street for indoor and outdoor vendors and exhibits

Discover healthcare services available to Boundary County residents

On-Site Health Screenings

  • Blood Pressure Check
  • Accucheck Blood Sugar Test
  • Mobility Screening for all ages by Rehabilitation Services Physical and Occupational Therapists
  • Nutrition Counseling
  • Hearing Screening

Visit Diagnostic Imaging to see the state-of-the-art test equipment including the new X-Ray. Meet our Mammogram Technologist to find out more about the importance of annual mammogram screenings – you can even make an appointment at the Health Fair.

Buy vegetable starters and flowers to support the Extended Care Facility

Local emergency services including a Life Flight Network helicopter, the latest Boundary Ambulance equipment, the Chaplain Corps new Angel 1,  and local Fire Departments

Learn more about resources available to the community including elder care, social services, patient outreach, in-home health care options, health services and local non-profits that support and care for our community

Visit local vendors of health-related products and services

Explore your options and educate yourself so you can make the best decisions for you and your family

As a Critical Access Hospital we are often the first stop in an emergency situation, but our neighbors find that we offer much more to our Boundary County community. Find out for yourself.