Health Today To Feature E-Mental Health

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The September Health Today Program will feature e-Mental Health by Shane Fleming, MSN, RN, Chief Operating Officer of Bryan Telemedicine. Jefferson Community Health & Life has recently begun offering e-Mental Health services in partnership with Bryan Telemedicine and Genesis Psychiatric Group.

The session will be held at 12:20 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 22, in the Conference Room at Jefferson Community Health & Life.

Health Today is a free monthly health education session offered by Jefferson Community Health & Life in a lunch-time session. Participants are encouraged to bring their lunch, or are welcome to purchase lunch in the JCHC cafeteria, which is located near the Conference Rooms.

JCH&L works with a wide variety of professionals who bring educational programs on health-related topics each month. Please note that the day of the week for the session will vary.

Reservations are not required. The program is FREE. The only cost for participants would be lunch, if they choose to purchase it. Participants are also welcome to carry in their lunch.

Anyone who would like to be on a mailing list to directly receive notices about the monthly sessions or anyone with questions about the program should contact Likens at (402) 729-6855.

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