Aspen Valley Spring Health Fair is June 6, 7 in Aspen |

Aspen Valley Spring Health Fair is June 6, 7 in Aspen

Aspen Valley Hospital’s Spring Health Fair takes place in Aspen on Saturday, June 6, and Sunday, June 7. Participants are encouraged to schedule an appointment online for their blood draw. Walk-ins are still welcome, but those with an appointment will be given first priority.

On Saturday, a blood draw will take place at the Aspen hospital. On Sunday, the blood draw, plus a variety of other screenings, will be offered at the hospital.

Times are from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

To make an appointment for your blood draw, visit Click on the link to “sign up for a health fair” and follow the prompts.

Blood tests include a laboratory profile with thyroid stimulating hormone and complete blood count for $50, prostate specific antigen for $30, cardio C-reactive protein for $35, and Vitamin D for $40. A colorectal cancer screening kit is also offered at $25.

Other low-cost offerings, on Sunday only, include tetanus/diphtheria/pertussis boosters for $20 through Community Health Services. Those with an insurance card can get the booster for free.

Free screenings, also offered only on Sunday, include air flow and oximetry, blood pressure, eye pressure, vision, hearing, body-fat percentage, knee exams (wear shorts), skin checks and oral screening.

In addition to the screenings, AVH’s trauma program staff, a dietitian, and the Komen Foundation will also be present. Free chair massages are an added benefit to Sunday’s event.

Cash and checks are accepted as payment; credit cards won’t be taken. Participants should park in surface parking lots on Saturday and Sunday and enter the hospital through the “new” east entry.

For additional information, call Aspen Valley Hospital at 970-544-1305 or visit

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