Morgan State University Alumni Association (MSUAA) of Baltimore County, in partnership with LifeBridge Health, hosted a health expo at the Randallstown Community Center. Dozens participated this spring in the fair, which featured health screenings, resources and information.
The health fair is part of an ongoing effort to meet the health and wellness needs of residents in northwest Baltimore County and the surrounding communities, said MSUAA president Michael Bishop. “The health and well-being of our families and communities is a priority,” Bishop said. “The Morgan State Baltimore County alumni chapter is committed to doing our part to help make this happen.”
Pikesville residents Maryann Ferguson, president of Pahl’s Crossing Community Association, and her mother Anna Mouden, were among those who stopped by the event. “We came to get information on a healthy lifestyle,” said Ferguson. “There weren’t any long lines. The event was run very efficiently.”
Representatives from service lines from Northwest Hospital and other community partners handed out information about diabetes and stroke prevention, provided resources for those experiencing domestic violence, firearm storage, and answer questions from the attendees.