You're invited to The Guys Full Body Tune-Up, a free men's health event hosted by Chick Hernandez, Comcast SportsNet Anchor!
You know how important it is to stay on top of auto maintenance. Whether it’s fluid levels, tire pressure or engine RPMs, a car can’t perform at its best when the numbers are out of whack. Guess what? Neither can you. The question is: Do you know your body’s important numbers? You can find out in the time it takes to get your oil changed. Come to our guys-only health event hosted by Comcast SportsNet anchor Chick Hernandez.
In our 30-minute men’s health panel, five doctors talk about what health screenings you should have and when, target numbers for cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar, and risk factors you should know to stay in peak condition.
Panelist of experts include:
The Big Picture - Sam Pappas, MD, Internal Medicine
The Ticker - Michael Notarianni, MD, Cardiology
The Plumbing - Robert Mordkin, MD, Urology
The Ins & Outs of GI - Pradeep Gupta, MD, Gastroenterology
Weekend Warriors - Christopher Annunziata, MD, Orthopaedic Surgery
We’ll even bribe you with a continental breakfast and a free shaving travel bag.
This event will be held Saturday, November 3, 2012 from 8:30am - 9:30am in the John T. Hazel, MD Conference Center at Virginia Hospital Center. Free parking available in the Blue parking garage.
When & Where
Virginia Hospital Center
For over 60 years, Virginia Hospital Center has provided exceptional medical services to the Washington metropolitan area. Virginia Hospital Center is a 342-bed, $150 million state-of-the-art facility offering comprehensive healthcare and multiple Centers of Excellence including Cardiology & Cardiovascular Surgery, the Reinsch Pierce Family Center for Breast Health, Neuroscience, Oncology, Total Joint Replacement (hip and knee), Women & Infant Health and Urology. Growing service lines include Executive Health and the only Lung Cancer Center in northern Virginia. Virginia Hospital Center is a teaching hospital, long-associated with Georgetown University’s School of Medicine, and accredited by The Joint Commission and Licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Health. For additional information, please visit