Healthy Connections March
Get the Scoop on the Scope
Colonoscopy is one of the few ways cancer can actually be prevented. Rush-Copley invites the community to join Dr. Gor on Wednesday, March 19 from 6 to 7:30 p.m., for an educational program to find out about the importance of screening with colonoscopy along with the risks, signs and symptoms of colon cancer, and what you can do to help prevent it. Learn from Rush-Copley digestive health nurses about how to prepare for a colonoscopy including prep options and what to expect before, during and after the test. Attendees can take part in a Q&A session and enjoy refreshments and raffle prizes. Registration is required.
An iPhone in Your Colon?
Watch as YouTube comedian Jack Vale tells patients about some funny items found in their colon to help promote a very serious subject - colon cancer screening.
Schedule a Colonscopy
Early detection is important in the battle against any disease. Colon cancer and other digestive health issues can be detected early, so don't wait any longer. If you're over 50, schedule your colonoscopy.
Request an appointment online or call 630-236-4295.
Rush-Copley Healthplex Summer Camp
The Healthplex summer camp offers a wide variety of fun indoor and outdoor activities including rock climbing, swimming, boxing, arts-n-crafts, fitness classes and many other sports activities. Options include before and after care, full week, single day, single day flexpacks, and half-day camps. Register by March 31 for discounted pricing. For more information or to register, call 630-978-6280.