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McKenzie to Host Next COVID-19 Vaccine Town Hall on March 25

Steve Barnett, DHA, CRNA, FACHE

Steve Barnett, DHA, CRNA, FACHE
McKenzie President/CEO

Mark Hamed, MD

Mark Hamed, MD, MBA, MPH, FAAFP, McKenzie Emergency Department Medical Director

Wilke-Bryant

Bryant J. Wilke, Sanilac County Health Department, Health Officer & Director of Environmental Services

Continuing to keep the community updated on Covid-19, vaccinations and available treatments, McKenzie Health System will host its next Town Hall Meeting on March 25 from noon-1 p.m. More information and registration for the free Zoom meeting is now available at www.McKenzieHealth.org/TownHall.

The March Town Hall will focus on Covid-19 updates for the community, vaccine availability, and new treatment options. It will also allow time for attendees to ask questions. Panelists for the event are: McKenzie Health System CEO and President Steve Barnett, McKenzie Emergency Department Medical Director Dr. Mark Hamed, and Sanilac County Health Department Health Officer and Director of Environmental Services Bryant Wilke.

“Thank you to all the community members who have expressed interest, asked thoughtful questions, and participated in previous Town Halls,” Barnett said. “As vaccine availability continues to grow, we want to connect again and share the latest information.”

If you have questions about the event or connecting via Zoom, contact the McKenzie Foundation Office at 810-648-6127. More information on McKenzie Health System Town Hall events is available at www.McKenzieHealth.org/TownHall.

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