Students Run Health Fairs

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The Medicare Part D community outreach program (Mobile Medicare Clinics) at the University of the Pacific School of Pharmacy offers free comprehensive service-based health fairs throughout Northern California to help people with Medicare save money on their prescription drug costs, better understand their medications, and receive a variety of health care screenings and services.  Over the past 11 years, Pacific’s Mobile Medicare Clinics have served 6,519 beneficiaries with their Medicare Part D prescription drug plan, saving them an estimated total of $6.97 million on their out-of-pocket prescription drug costs, or an average of $1,069/beneficiary per year.  Learn more by visiting Go.Pacific.edu/Medicare

More info:
University of the Pacific
Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
3601 Pacific Avenue, Stockton
(209) 946-2561
Pacific.edu/PHS

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