Public education on health matters is vital to achieving a healthier community. KRMC conducts extensive outreach in our community and hosts a variety of free public events where adults and children can learn about health, wellness, and available resources in our area.
We conduct four health fairs per year that are free and open to the public. Scores of local and regional organizations participate— offering services and information to enhance your health, safety, and wellbeing.
- Senior Health Expo (January)
- Kid’s Day Health and Safety Fair (May)
- Men’s Health Expo (July)
- Women’s Health Expo (October)
If your organization would like to have a booth at a KRMC health fair, please contact the KRMC Public Relations office at 928-263-3873 at least one month prior to the fair.
Kare Bear Program
KRMC uses a fun and engaging approach to educate local children on the importance of living healthy. Kare Bear visits local classrooms to talk about and demonstrate such topics as:
- Adequate sleep
- Bike safety and helmet use
- Cough etiquette
- Eating healthy
- Exercise for both mind and body
- Hand hygiene
- Making healthy choices
- Oral hygiene
- Sun safety
- Water safety
To arrange for a Kare Bear visit, please contact KRMC Public Relations at 928-263-3873.
KRMC conducts outreach and health education at many local fairs and events, for example: the Mohave County Fair, the Andy Devine Days Rodeo, the Kingman Home and Garden Business Expo, and the Kingman Walk Away From Drugs & Public Safety Expo.
We would love to participate in your event! Please contact KRMC Public Relations at 928-263-3873 for more information.
Doctors and other KRMC healthcare professionals are available to speak at area businesses, community organizations, and club meetings for no charge. We can address most health-related topics and will tailor our presentations to meet the needs of your group. For more information, please contact KRMC Public Relations at 928-263-3873.