A free community program designed to provide education and awareness about men’s health issues is set for the conference center at TAMC’s A.R. Gould Memorial Hospital on Wednesday, June 8, beginning at 5:30 p.m.

The TAMC Men’s Health Seminar will provide men the opportunity to hear about key health issues they might face, and to meet and speak with medical providers about other important topics.   The agenda includes a discussion of symptoms and treatments related to OAB (over active bladder), BPH (benign prostatic hypertrophy), and erectile dysfunction, as well as other men’s health concerns.  

The providers with TAMC Urology Services will present information at the seminar in an informal and approachable way so as to avoid any discomfort related to the subject areas.  A meet and greet time will follow presentations to allow participants to ask questions in an informal setting.

Take-home information on a variety of conditions and treatment options will be available for attendees to continue to educate themselves following the seminar.  Materials will also be provided for participants to speak about referral options with their primary care providers at their next appointment.

The TAMC Men’s Health Seminar will be held on June 8, beginning at 5:30 p.m. with a light dinner that will be provided at no charge to participants as part of the program.  Men and their spouses or significant others are welcome to take part.

Pre-registration for the Men’s Health Seminar is required. For more information or to register for the seminar visit www.tamc.org or call 768-4033.

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