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Get Cuffed Class
Category Berkshire Partnership for Health
Start Date 03/15/2016
End Date 03/15/2016
Time 10:00AM - 11:00AM
Location North Adams City Hall
10 Main St.
North Adams, MA
Contact Community Care Coordination
(413) 445-9232
Cost/Fee FREE
Description A free one hour class available to anyone who has been told by a doctor they have high blood pressure. All participants will receive a free automatic blood pressure cuff. Registered Nurses will teach you about the proper ways to use your cuff and lifestyle changes that can help you get control of your blood pressure. They will also provide routine follow up to assist in getting your blood pressure to goal. Classes are limited to 15 -20 participants and registration is required. One free cuff per household. For more information or to find out if you qualify, please call Community Care Coordination at 445-9232.
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