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April 17 Event Will Seek Health Improvements For Tennessee Residents University News
For release: April 16, 2009

For press information, contact Dr. Marion Levy , director, Master of Public Health program at the U of M, 901-678-4514

An open ‘town hall meeting’ to seek the public’s opinions about the issues of health disparity, health equity, and social determinants to improving health outcomes for residents of Tennessee, especially communities of color, will be held Friday, April 17, at the University of Memphis.

The forum will begin at 9 a.m. and last till noon.  It will be held in the Panhellenic Building on the UofM campus. 

The Panhellenic Building is located on Patterson Street at the intersection of Veterans Avenue, just south of the FedEx Institute. 

Parking is available in the Fogelman Parking Garage adjacent to the Fogelman Executive Center on Innovation Drive, which intersects Central Avenue just east of Patterson.

The meeting is a joint effort of the U of M’s Master of Public Health program and the Division of Minority Health Disparity

Elimination of the state’s Department of Health.

For more information, call the Tennessee Office of Minority Health at 615-741-9443.


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