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Presbyterian offers events and classes to further the health of patients and communities across the state. Review upcoming events below, or identify specific events by topic or region.

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April

Event:

Presbyterian Health Plan Mobile Mammography - Albuquerque

Date(s):

Tuesday April 2, April 16, April 23

Region:

Central

Summary Description:

Presbyterian Health Plan (PHP) promotes breast health through early detection by having a mammogram recommended every 1-2 years for women 40 and over. 

Event:

Presbyterian Health Plan Mobile Mammography - Raton

Date(s):

Wednesday April 3, Thursday April 4, Wednesday April 24, Thursday April 25

Region:

Northeast

Summary Description:

Presbyterian Health Plan (PHP) promotes breast health through early detection by having a mammogram recommended every 1-2 years for women 40 and over. Presbyterian Health Plan (PHP) promotes bone health through preventative screenings by recommending Bone Mineral Density Tests for all women over 65 years of age. PHP hosts mobile mammography and Bone Mineral Density Tests events across the state, making it easier than ever to have your mammogram or Bone Mineral Density Test.

Event:

Presbyterian Health Plan Mobile Mammography - Socorro

Date(s):

Tuesday April 9, Tuesday April 30

Region:

Southwest

Summary Description:

Presbyterian Health Plan (PHP) promotes breast health through early detection by having a mammogram recommended every 1-2 years for women 40 and over. 

Event:

Presbyterian Health Plan Mobile Mammography - Belen

Date(s):

Wednesday April 10, Wednesday April 24

Region:

Central

Summary Description:

Presbyterian Health Plan (PHP) promotes breast health through early detection by having a mammogram recommended every 1-2 years for women 40 and over. 

Event:

Presbyterian Health Plan Mobile Mammography - Alamogordo

Date(s):

Wednesday April 24, Thursday April 25

Region:

Southeast

Summary Description:

Presbyterian Health Plan (PHP) promotes breast health through early detection by having a mammogram recommended every 1-2 years for women 40 and over. Presbyterian Health Plan (PHP) promotes bone health through preventative screenings by recommending Bone Mineral Density Tests for all women over 65 years of age. PHP hosts mobile mammography and Bone Mineral Density Tests events across the state, making it easier than ever to have your mammogram or Bone Mineral Density Test.

Event:

Presbyterian Health Plan Mobile Mammography - Albuquerque

Date(s):

Thursday April 25

Region:

Central

Summary Description:

Presbyterian Health Plan (PHP) promotes breast health through early detection by having a mammogram recommended every 1-2 years for women 40 and over. 

Event:

Cooking with Kids: Llapingachos (Ecuadorian Potato Patties)

Date(s):

Saturday, April 27

Region:

North Central

Summary Description:

​Presbyterian is excited to partner with Cooking with Kids to offer this hands-on cooking class to families. Classes are geared towards families with children and teens, preschool-age and older. Please register each individual that will attend. An adult is required to participate with kids, and the whole family is invited.

May

Event:

Cooking with Kids: Japanese Rice Bowl

Date(s):

Saturday, May 18

Region:

North Central

Summary Description:

​Presbyterian is excited to partner with Cooking with Kids to offer this hands-on cooking class to families. Classes are geared towards families with children and teens, preschool-age and older. Please register each individual that will attend. An adult is required to participate with kids, and the whole family is invited.

Event:

Community Health Forum - Santa Fe

Date(s):

Friday, May 24, 2019

Region:

Central

Summary Description:

​Help us envision a healthy New Mexico with your feedback on strategies for improving health.

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