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St. Joseph’s Hospital, Rotary Club of Buckhannon-Upshur to hold Spring blood screenings in April and May by appointment

BUCKHANNON, WV- St. Joseph’s Hospital and the Rotary Club of Buckhannon-Upshur will hold blood screenings by appointment only on Saturdays in April and May. 

The screenings will be held at St. Joseph’s Hospital.  Dates for the screenings are: April 3, April 17, May 1, May 15 and May 22. Basic blood profile tests will be offered at $35; with additional testing for thyroid for $5, hemoglobin A1C for $15, colon cancer screening for $5 and prostate testing for $20.  A new additional test for the Hepatitis C antibody will be offered for $20.

Online appointments are recommended. To register for an appointment, go online to https://RotaryBloodScreening.as.me/.  If you are unable to register online, call 304-997-9839.  In order to ensure everyone’s safety, no walk-ins will be allowed and everyone must wear a mask.

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