New Castle Cardiology-Reid Family & Specialty Care open house March 23
March 17th, 2017
New Castle Cardiology and Reid Family & Specialty Care at 713 South Memorial Drive in New Castle will celebrate expanded services and facilities with an open house from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, March 23.
The event will feature free screenings, a kids’ coloring contest, prizes, a visit by therapy dogs and more. Nathan Millikan, MD, cardiologist, and Phumeza Msikinya, MD, family practice, and other staff members from their practices will also be on hand, as will other specialists who provide care at the facility on a rotating basis.
The New Castle Henry County Public Library will offer sign-ups for library cards and have information about genealogy research. They will also have information about the library’s Spring reading program. “I think it’s important for people to know that they have such a great resource in the library,” said Lynn Thomas, Children’s Library Manager.
And Reid Health therapy dogs will also be available.
Among the free screenings being offered:
- Head and neck cancer screenings from Reid ENT.
- Blood pressure from Reid Family Care.
- Hearing screenings from Reid Hearing Center.
- Varicose vein screenings from Reid Vascular Surgery.
- A demonstration of asthma testing by Reid Allergy.
Visitors can also schedule a reduced-price, $29 vascular screening (regularly $49) with New Castle Cardiology, win door prizes and receive giveaways and snack on light refreshments.
A ribbon-cutting will also be celebrated by the New Castle Henry County Chamber of Commerce.
“We look forward to getting to know more of our New Castle area friends,” said Karen Briggs, Service Line Director for RHPA Specialty Care.
Besides Drs. Msikinya and Millikan, also on hand for the event will be Christopher Peers, MD, with Reid ENT; Jason Casselman, DO, Allergist with Reid Allergy; Sarah Dohse, Au.D., Reid Hearing Center; and William Ducey, MD, vascular surgeon with Reid Vascular Surgery.
No RSVP is required, but residents wanting to receive free screenings are encouraged to arrive at 4 p.m.