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17th Annual Health Expo
April 25 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Photo credit: closingthehealthgap.org
Get free health screenings, exercise, try healthy foods, enjoy live entertainment and more at the 2020 Cincinnati Health Expo.
Every year, the Cincinnati Health Expo draws thousands of attendees and hundreds of vendors. It is designed to provide attendees with valuable information for pursuing a healthier lifestyle in almost every aspect of their daily lives. Get ready to take control of your health.
Attendees can take advantage of free health screenings, cooking demonstrations, fitness activities, and live entertainment. The event is free and open to the public. For additional information about the health expo, visit www.closingthehealthgap.org. Take the first step toward living a healthy life!
The closest parking is available in the Washington Park garage. Two vehicular entrances/exits are located on Race Street at 13th Street, and on Elm Street across from Music Hall. Automated pay stations allow you to pay for parking in any of the three elevator lobbies before returning to your vehicle. Also, there are parking meters around the park. Free bike parking is available on the east side of the first parking level.
About the Cincinnati Health Expo
Starting in 2003, the Cincinnati Health Expo has attracted a dedicated community of followers, including thousands of attendees, local businesses, wellness professionals and healthcare partners making it Cincinnati’s largest and premier health event. The Health Expo is the Center for Closing the Health Gap’s annual capstone highlighting the organization’s critical initiatives working to address and end health disparities in Cincinnati’s most vulnerable, minority populations. As a result, more than 110,000+ people have benefited from the 31,000+ free health screenings conducted since the event began.
Also, it provides over 100 booths and exhibits covering health screenings, live demonstrations, and fitness tips. Attendees come from a broad spectrum of ethnic, social, and economic backgrounds, but all have an interest in learning, trying, and experiencing health-related products and services.